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This  theory  of  a  government  operating  outside  the  Constitution over   its   own   territory,   with   citizens   of   the   "United   States"   belonging thereto  under  Article  4,  Section  3,  Clause  2  (4:3:2)  of  the  Constitution,  was further  confirmed  in  1922  by  the  Supreme  Court  in  Balzac  v.  Porto  Rico,  258 U.S. 298 ,  wherein  that  Court  affirmed,  at  page    305,  that  the Constitution  does  not  apply  outside  the  limits  of  the  50  States  of  the  Union, quoting  Downes  supra  and  De  Lima  supra;    that,  under 4:3:2,  the  "United States"  was  given  exclusive  power  over  the  territories  and  the  citizens  of the  "United  States"  residing  therein.