Slavery's constitution: from revolution to ratification

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Hill and Wang,
Pub. Date:
2009.
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1st ed.
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English
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Identifies a key link between slavery and the creation of the U.S. Constitution, examining how the document contains six clauses pertaining to slavery while never mentioning it directly and revealing how slavery played a role in every major issue in pre-Civil War America.
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subject_facet Constitutional history -- United States, HISTORY / United States / General, Slavery -- Law and legislation -- England -- History, Slavery -- Law and legislation -- United States -- History, Slavery -- United States -- Legal status of slaves in free states
title_display Slavery's constitution : from revolution to ratification
title_full Slavery's constitution : from revolution to ratification / David Waldstreicher
title_short Slavery's constitution :
title_sub from revolution to ratification
topic_facet Constitutional history, History, Law and legislation, Legal status of slaves in free states, Slavery