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In Missouri v. Holland, the Supreme Court rejected Missouri’s argument that the regulation of game was a state right despite a treaty between the national government and Canada to protect migratory birds because (Points : 1) it was a matter of interstate commerce. failure to protect the birds would harm relations with Canada. a treaty is the supreme law of the land and as such it trumps states’ rights. foreign policy always supersedes states’ rights.
Weegy: In Missouri v. [ Holland, the Supreme Court rejected Missouri’s argument that the regulation of game was a state right despite a treaty between the national government and Canada to protect migratory birds because: a treaty is the supreme law of the land and as such it trumps states’ rights - - - ] (More)
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7. Edmund Burke formulated the trustee model because, as a traditional conservative, (Points : 1) he believed in the democratic process. he believed that representatives were always right. he was an aristocrat at heart. he did not trust the masses
Weegy: He was the aristocrat at Heart, The delegate model of representation is a model of a representative democracy. In this model, constituents elect their representatives as delegates for their constituency. [ [ These delegates act only as a mouthpiece for the wishes of their constituency, and have no autonomy from the constituency. This model does not provide representatives the luxury of acting in their own conscience. Essentially, the representative acts as the voice of those who are (literally) not present. Constituents elect their representatives as trustees or (?entrust? them) for their constituency. These ?trustees? have sufficient autonomy to deliberate and act in favor of the greater common good and national interest, even if it means going against the short-term interests of their own constituencies. ] ] (More)
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