Texas v. White wasn't 100 years later. It was from 1869. It is completely appropriate to bring it up. Though precedence and usage of the Founder's interpretation of the Constitution, it demonstrated that secession was illegal.That isn't what I said. What I said is that it was more than a hundred years after 1861, and the people on the court would of never sided with secession. Its meaningless to bring it up.
No, your interpretation is not accurate. Hamilton was clear about the importance of a strong central govenment and the importance of no dissension or hostility between the states in order to support the central government.No, I explained what he was doing, but you took it as if to say he meant something he didn't.