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"Encyclopedias are sources

"Encyclopedias are sources with filtered information to push a certain view"

This is very true. And words are redefined in dictionaries. In 1864 many words were redefined in Webster's and other dicitonaries. Words like Federal, State and many others that CHANGED the meaning of Madison's notes from the Constitutional Convention which was the source for reference of intent when interpretting the Constitution. These changes were obviously made at the end of the War, in advance of the 14th Amendment. What composed a Federal Government had a different definition in 1789 than as it is defined today, as well as State and many other important political words. That the definition of Federal and State was changed 4 years before government actually matched those definitions clearly shows that it was planned in advance.

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