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" He pointed out that the constitutional text, "standing alone, and construed only in the light of its letter, without reference to the opinions of the men who framed and adopted it, or to the uniform, universal and undeviating practice of the nation under... "
The Early Black Press in America, 1827 to 1860 - Trang 32
bởi Frankie Hutton - 1993 - 182 trang
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Outsiders in 19th-century Press History: Multicultural Perspectives

Frankie Hutton, Barbara Straus Reed - 1995 - 268 trang
...Douglass presented his views to readers in a March 1849 issue of the North Star. According to him, the Constitution "standing alone, and construed only in...time of its adoption until now, is not a pro-slavery instrument." 27 Almost five years later, Douglass still continued his support of the United States...
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Constitutional Rights and Powers of the People

Wayne D. Moore - 1998 - 312 trang
...opinions of the men who framed and adopted it, or to the uniform, universal and undeviating practice of the nation under it, from the time of its adoption until now, is not a proslavery instrument." But he claimed that the Constitution, "having a terrestrial, and not a celestial origin,"...
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Frederick Douglass and the Black Liberation Movement: The North Star of ...

Jinping Wu - 2000 - 180 trang
...interpretations. To rectify this ambiguity, he reiterated in an editorial on March l6, l849 that the Constitution "standing alone, and construed only in...the light of the letter, without reference to the opinions Realizing the African American Liberation Movement 5l of the men who framed and adopted it,...
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Constitutional Politics: Essays on Constitution Making, Maintenance, and Change

Sotirios A. Barber, Robert P. George - 2001 - 354 trang
...opinions of the men who framed and adopted it, or to the uniform, universal and undeviating practice of the nation under it, from the time of its adoption until now, is not a pro-slavery instrument." But he claimed that the Constitution, "having a terrestrial, and not a celestial origin,"...
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