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Excerpt from John Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, Vol. 8: History, Politics and Education
II plead guilty of the large ambition to follow out this method rescue our constitutional history from the misinterpretations of 1 Holst. The struggle of state sovereignty, in this country, for its righ primogeniture, and the gradual obliteration of that right through development of new economic, social, and moral conditions, which at violently prevailed, is a subject still obscure enough, but surely instruct enough to reward the labor of him who shall win recognition as its tru ful historian.
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