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Echoed his federalism. ): "If this amendment passes-we shall not have a national Govt .... " (Farrand, 1964, vol. I, 158, 7 June 1787). So he proposed popular election. ): We are about to form a national Govt. and therefore must abandon Ideas founded alone in the plan of confedn (Farrand, 1964, vol. I, p. 158, 7 June 1787). ): proposed "that the Senate should be appointed by the Executive Magistrate out of a proper number of persons to be nominated by the individual legislature" (Farrand, 1964, vol.
In order to avoid the consequences of it, an accommodation had been proposed. A committee had been appointed; and though some of the members of it were averse to an equality of votes, a Report had been made in favor of it. It is agreed on all hands that Congress are nearly at an end. If no Accommodation takes place, the Union itself must soon be dissolved. It has been suggested that if we can not come to any general agreement the principal States may form & recommend a scheme of Government. It is probablc that the large States themselves will under such circumstances embrace and ratify it.
This fact is what Marshall, and subsequent judges, exploited to provide almost systematic review of state laws. The conclusion is, therefore, that, in deleting the veto over state laws, the framers did not really reject Madisonian nationalism, although for rhetorical reasons they toned down the projection of it in the Constitution. The Election of the Executive The fourth peripheralizing revision of the Virginia plan involved the election of the executive. While the Virginia plan provided for election by thc national legislature, the Convcntion substituted an electoral college in which the states might play a significant part.