Afro-Americans and the evolution of a living constitution: a symposium of the Smithsonian Institution and the Joint Center for Political Studies, Carmichael Auditorium, National Museum of American History ... Washington, D.C., March 15-16, 1988
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Race and the Constitution in the 19th Century
From a Racial Perspective
Who Pays the Cost?
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