A More Perfect Union: The Impact of the Civil War and Reconstruction on the Constitution

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Abbott, Samuel, 336
Ableman v. Booth, 25-7, 28, 88, 258, 275
abolitionists, 40, 47, 87, 91, 135, 445, 524; and Army sentiment, 164-7; and civil rights, 426; and Constitution, 271-3, 313; and Whiting, W., 193; equality-beforelaw insight, 261, 265; see also emancipation; Lincoln; Reconstruction
Adams, Brooks, 384
Adams, Charles F.Jr., 310, 345, 359, 361
Adams, Henry, xv, xvi, 511, 522, 524, 525
Adams, John, 318
Adams, John Quincy, 15
Agnew, Daniel, 131-3
Ahern, W. H., 295-6
Akerman, Amos, 476, 480
Alabama, 433, 514, 515, 520, 521; anti-miscegenation law, 480
Alien law, 23, 527
Allen, James C., 277
amendments, constitutional, proposed: abolition, 261, 269-71, 281-5; explanatory, 37; for study of Constitution, 46-7, 117, 443; unamendable, 2740-4, 47-8, 117-; 19, 441-5
Amendments, to U.S. Constitution: First-Twelfth, 11-15, 19, 21, 28, 30-1, 36, 59, 66-80, 86, 119, 257-71, 404-13, 423, 440, 447, 457, 490; Thirteenth-Fifteenth, 27, 47, 269-70, 285, 301, 348, 351, 373, 374, 384, 420, 422, 427, 435-45, 457, 460, 465-70, 476-7, 493-4, 498-500, 510, 512, 514, 516, 520-7, 532-7, 542; see also Bill of Rights; centralization; Constitution, U.S.; federalism; states
American Bar Association, 325, 353
American Education Monthly, The, 388
American Freedman, The, 424
American Geographical and Statistical Society, 337
American Institute of Instruction, 387-8
American Medical Association, 393, 397
American Pharmaceutical Association, 343
American Public Health Association, 397
American Revolution, the, 70, 177
American Social Science Association, 311-12, 330, 332, 340
American Society for Promoting National Unity, 117
amnesty, 179, 209, 263, 265, 416- 17, 533
Amsterdam, Anthony G., 247
anticruelty to animals, 335-9, 400-2, 482-3; see also associations; Bergh, H.; commerce power; states, police powers; Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; Texas fever
anticruelty to children, 339; see also associations; Gerry, E.; Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
antidisloyalty, see internal security
anti-institutionalism, 320, 328, 336-45 passim; see also bureaucratization; functions
antipolygamy, 391
antivice, 309, 313, 321-4, 328, 339-40, 392-3; see also associations; Comstock, A.
Appomattox, 282-5
arbitrary arrests, 65-98, 215, 254- 5; see also Army; civil liberties and civil rights

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