Rogue State

Chait, Jonathan
August 2002
New Republic;8/19/2002-8/26/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 8/9, p20
Criticizes the state government of Delaware for installing a tollbooth on the Delaware Turnpike resulting into traffic jam. Background of the political tradition of the state; Status of the state as the initial signatory to the U.S. Constitution; Criticisms on incorporation fees collected by the state; Distillation of pro-Delaware propaganda.


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