Skip to comments.Can the United States survive the new Globalism and continue to be a sovereign nation?
Posted on 03/02/2009 1:03:36 PM PST by Little Bird E
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We’re not a “soveriegn” nation. Our government is constrained by a Constitution.
In the United States, the nation (i.e. the federal government) and each state are considered sovereign. Among conflicts in which the concept comes into play are those between the federal and state governments (see states’ rights) and those between citizens and either the federal or a state government. Governments are generally held to be immune from suit for consequences of their sovereign acts (those acts the government was constituted or empowered to perform). This sovereign immunity must be waived to permit suit against the government. It is also encountered in claims that government officials, in pursuance of their duties, be immune from having to give evidence before a tribunal or inquiry.
It would probably better to ask if globalism can survive without America.
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