Sumner's resolutions on the theory of secession

Sumner, Charles
August 2017
Sumner's Resolutions on the Theory of Secession;8/1/2017, p322
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Presents the text of the resolutions which the author, a Civil War-era United States senator from Massachusetts, offered during the second session of the thirty-seventh US Congress about the relations of the rebellious states to the federal government. Provisions in the resolution; Implication of the resolution.


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