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Divided Loyalties: The Problem of “Dual Sovereignty” and Constitutional Faith

By   /  April 29, 2013  /  Constitutional Law, Featured, Jewish Law 

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What is the meaning of “sovereignty,” and what is the relationship between “sovereign authority” and an individual presumably subject to such authority who nevertheless legitimately believes that the sovereign is commanding what can only be described as perhaps grotesque injustice, as was the case with Hagar?

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