every state constitution says that the people of the state have the right to alter of abolish their state government.....this is fact
therefore since the people have a right to alter or abolish this means they have the right to change it form of government...meaning they could create a monarchy, oligarchy, direct democracy, ANY form of government they choose.
however if a state does not remain in a republican form, it cannot be part of the union, because article 4 section 4 states governments must be a republican form.
there since the people exercised their right to create a non republican form of government that state has be expunged from the union
The principle of representation, although certainly the wisest and best, is not essential to the being of a republic, but to continue a member of the Union, it must be preserved, and therefore the guarantee must be so construed. It depends on the state itself to retain or abolish the principle of representation, because it depends on itself whether it will continue a member of the Union. To deny this right would be inconsistent with the principle on which all our political systems are founded, which is, that the people have in all cases, a right to determine how they will be governed.
The states, then, may wholly withdraw from the Union, but while they continue, they must retain the character of representative republics........
to have the federal government dictate to a state and tell them they cannot create another form of government......would infringe on the people's right, and the federal government would be nullifying part of their state constitution....which i started in affect would be nullifying a part of all the states constitutions