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by Joseph T. III Sneed

eBook Footprints on the Rocks of the Mountain: An Account of the Enactment of the Fourteenth Amendment ePub
Author: Joseph T. III Sneed
Language: English
ISBN: 0965595919
ISBN13: 978-0965595919
Publisher: T Y S A M Pr (December 1, 1997)
Pages: 466
Subcategory: Other
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This article offers an analysis of the original meaning of Section One of the Fourteenth Amendment. It attempts to explain the three clauses in Section One as an outgrowth of natural law theories, and in particular those of John Locke. It attempts to explain the three clauses in Section One as an outgrowth of natural law theories, and in particular those of John Locke

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