By Mike Goodson, Bob Scarboro
Etowah County quantity II strains the historical past of daily voters during this Alabama community.
Largely derived from the collections of neighborhood photographers Bob Scarboro and Hugh corridor, the photographs during this quantity depict the county's championship activities groups, the drive-in theaters and eating places of the post-World battle II period, and the mansions that when covered Forrest Avenue.
Also integrated are infrequent and seldom-seen photographs—the previous dummy engine of the streetcar line that ran from Gadsden to Attalla, and the wood dance pavilion situated underneath Noccalula Falls on the flip of the century.
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The exigencies of the nation may require, that the treasure raised in the north should be transported to the south, that raised in the east, conveyed to the west, or that this order should be reversed. ” Having a national bank whose notes would be accepted throughout the country would make it much easier—convenient—to carry out these national goals. Like Marbury, McCulloch was a unanimous opinion. The Second Bank of the United States operated for a decade but remained controversial in politics.
Madison, 1803 would be legislated out of oﬃce, if the majority requisite to a direct removal by impeachment, or the legislative address, could not be had; and this check, instead of producing the salutary eﬀect expected from it, would rend the government in pieces. But suppose that a struggle would not produce consequences so disastrous, still the soundness of any construction which would bring one organ of the government into collision with another, is to be more than suspected; for where collision occurs, it is evident the machine is working in a way the framers of it did not intend.
Maryland, 1819 after the courts have upheld their convictions (as Thomas Jefferson did). Departmentalism is more controversial in other settings. Suppose one president signs a statute that his successor believes to be unconstitutional. Can the president simply refuse to enforce the statute—even if Congress remains convinced that the statute is constitutional? That is a formula for serious tension between the president and Congress. Most presidents have asserted the departmentalist position in this setting, but have been cautious about how aggressively to pursue it.
Etowah County, Volume 2 (Images of America) by Mike Goodson, Bob Scarboro