The Dubious Origin Of The Fourteenth Amendment

28 Tulane Law Review 22 (Suthon, 1953) (President Johnson vetoed the Reconstruction Act in an able message, stressing its harsh injustices and its many aspects of obvious unconstitutionality. He justifiably denounced it as “a bill of attainder against nine million people at once.”)


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