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(2) Powers essential to an international existence. (3) Powers essential to a general federal government
(4) Miscellaneous powers
§3. The Powers Enumerated
(1) Powers Essential to an Independent Self-Existence
Purposes for which taxes may be levied
Kinds of taxes which Congress may levy
Kinds of taxes which Congress may not levy
Citizenship and naturalization
Definition of citizenship.
Definition of naturalization
Money: the powers given to Congress
The power to borrow money
The power to coin money
(2) Powers Essential to an Independent International Existence 87-91
The war power
Declaration of war
Letters of marque and reprisal
Power to raise and support armies
Power to provide and maintain a navy
Appropriations for supporting armies.
Power to punish crimes.
(3) Powers Essential to a General Federal Government
Meaning and extent
Commercial powers which the States may not exercise
Commercial powers which Congress may not exercise.
Commercial powers which the States alone may exercise
Interstate Commerce Act of 1887.
Usual form of territorial government.
People in Territories not possessed of national political
Election of the Vice-President by the Senate.
Working of the electoral system
Election of President by the House of Representatives.
The presidential succession
Duties and powers of the President ̧.
CHAP. XIV.-CITIZENSHIP, SUFFRAGE, AND ELECTIONS
(c) By being subject to jurisdiction of the United States
Conditions for suffrage which may not be imposed
California Constitution . .
CHAP. XVI.-THE THREE DEPARTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT
Division of the functions of government-
(1) The legislative department.
Division of the Legislature
(2) The executive department
(3) The judicial department .
CHAP. XVII.-THE NATURE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local divisions of the State
Duties of local government
Methods of local government
Position of the States in the Federal Union.
Powers reserved to the States
CHAP. XVIII.-THE NATURE OF STATE GOVERNMENT
Powers prohibited to the States
CHAP. XIX.-THE FORM AND NATURE OF GOVERNMENT IN THE
§1. The Relations between the Government and the Individual 180-183
Rights and duties between individuals.
Duties of the government
Rights and duties between government and individuals
Rights of the government
§2. History of Personal Rights in England
Relation between English and American history
America learns England's lesson.
§3. Protection of Personal Rights in the United States