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As a signaling device to the engineer, Poppy tied a stick at the end of the cord that hung in engine compartment. When Poppy wanted the engineer to stop the train, he'd pull the rope and the stick would jump. His engineer, Hamel, the first engineer on the New York and Erie, simply ignored the device and refused to take orders from Poppy. Several times Hamel even cut down the stick.
Ayers finally lost his temper and when the train came to the next stop, Poppy and Hamel battled it out. Poppy won and his signaling device was never ignored again.
As a result, conductors, not engineers, ruled the rails on American railroads. Toggle navigation.
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This principle forms the intellectual core of modern federalism doctrine, which is primarily concerned with procedural and political limits on national lawmaking. That vision is of more than theoretical import.
Its implications may govern practical controversies ranging from the domestic force of customary international law to the preemptive effect of federal regulatory policies on state tort law.