Our secret constitution : how Lincoln redefined American democracy /
"In this perspective-altering new book, George P. Fletcher asserts that the Civil War was the most significant event in American legal history, an event that not only abolished slavery and changed the laws of the land but also created a new set of principles that continues to guide our thinking...
|Published:||Oxford, England ; New York, New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.|
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