States Rights = Self Incrimination Protections in Bill of Rights Need Not Apply | Until 14th Amend

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    States Rights = Self Incrimination Protections in Bill of Rights Need Not Apply | Until 14th Amend

    That is how the Supreme Court ruled before the 14th amendment. This is all about the states rights to deny what was guaranteed in the national Bill of Rights. States rights folks wanted states to be able to deny national rights guaranteed to citizens of the USA. This dovetails with states rights supporting the view that a state government the right to take property without compensation?

    Of course it was all wrapped up in the US Constitution restricted the national government and not states. SO, the US Constitution should not interfere with the states rights folks ability to restrict rights in a state.
     
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    This thread should fly nicely as well.

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    To a "purist" it might be that simple.

    On either side.

    The 14th is seen as the basis for incorporation....

    But it isn't full blown incorporation......

    It is called selective incorporation......

    That is because not all of the Bill of Rights have been incorporated....at least according to some.....

    Incorporation of the Bill of Rights - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Over time, more and more have.......
     

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