|Praise for Nullification, A Constitutional History...
|"Many thanks for your materials on nullification. It should be required reading of all lawyers and judges."
—Judge Andrew Napolitano
FOX News legal analyst and author
"I agree with you that nullification is absolutely constitutional. Where most people go wrong on this issue is the fact that they've been educated into believing that the U.S. was created to be a consolidated nation-state, rather than a "confederated republic," as the Founders referred to it. Unfortunately, many see no reason to question that view, so they never investigate the matter for themselves."
"I would like to congratulate you on your brilliant, iconoclastic, and illuminating research."[on Volume II]
"Volume Two is splendid. Beautifully written and with learning unsurpassed in our generation."
"I look forward to continue learning from you. May God continue to bless you in your new life of retirement from academia. Please don't retire from writing for America's sake."
"Elected officials, Wood contends, have strayed far from the intentions of the founders and that the historical record from the early days of the republic proves that 'government should be very limited.' "
"I don't always agree, but you build a forceful case that deserves wide dissemination and serious consideration. Publication of the magnum version of your work is therefore a welcomed event for all of us."