Non-interpretivist (Chase) view:
– the constitutions were erected to establish justice & the purposes for which men enter society will determine the nature & terms of the social compact
– there are certain vital principles which determine a flagrant abuse of power
– an act contrary to these principles cannot be a rightful exercise of legislative authority
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