Equal under law [by] Jacobus ten Broek.


New, enl. ed.. New York, Collier Books [1965] .

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Standard Title Antislavery origins of the Fourteenth amendment
Subjects Abolitionists.
Constitution (United States)
United States. Constitution. 14th Amendment.
Description 352 pages 18 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes First edition published in 1951 under title: The antislavery origins of the Fourteenth amendment.
"Source materials": pages 344-347.
Contents The forging of the constitutional doctrine -- The District of Columbia -- The Fugitive Slave Law -- The power and duty of Congress -- Paramount national citizenship -- Conclusions : the antislavery origin -- The dissemination of the constitutional doctrine -- Party platforms and resolutions -- John A. Bingham -- The victory of the Republican party -- The consummation of abolition-- the Thirteenth Amendment -- The first two congressional debates -- The third congressional debate -- Reconsummation-- the Fourteenth Amendment -- The Fourteenth Amendment -- Conclusions -- The power of Congress over slavery in the District of Columbia / Theodore Dwight Weld -- A constitutional argument on the subject of slavery / Alvan Stewart -- Can Congress, under the Constitution, abolish slavery in the states? / James G. Birney -- The Constitution of the United States and the proslavery provisions of the 1857 Oregon constitution / John A. Bingham.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)400741
(OCoLC)ocm00400741
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WorldCat Identities TenBroek, Jacobus.
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