Abraham Lincoln, Constitutionalism, and Equal Rights in the Civil War Era

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INDEX
Abbott, Lyman, 143, 159-60
Affirmative action, 7-9, 186, 205, 223- 24, 242-43
Aikman, William, 117
American Freedman's Inquiry Commission, 142
American Union Commission, 142-43, 153, 157, 159-60
Anastaplo, George, 60
Anderson, Dwight G., 24
Andrew, John A., 121-23, 131, 135
Atkinson, Edward, 142
Basler, Roy P., 49
Bates, Edward, 119, 124, 130-32, 133, 136
Beale, Howard K, 163, 167, 194-95, 202
Beard, Charles A., 4-5, 7, 11, 34, 50, 169, 191
Beard, Mary, 4-5, 7, 11, 169
Bell v. Maryland, 206
Bingham, John A., 183-84
Blacks, in military service, 119-37
Black Codes, 180, 193
Blair, Francis P., Jr., 106
Bradford, M. E., 24, 24n18
Brock, W. R., 168, 201
Brown v. Board of Education, 199-200, 206
Burgess, John W., 19-20, 21n8, 22, 193-94
Butler, Benjamin F., 103-104, 138
Chanler, John, 154
Charnwood, Lord [Godfrey Rathbone Benson], 46, 50, 70
Civil rights policy, ix-x, 7-8, 10, 12-13, 215, 217-18, 221, 223-24, 230-33, 241-42, 244-46
Civil Rights Act of 1866, 180-82, 183, 186, 203, 207, 230, 235
Civil War: legal theory of, 220-23, 229n20, 240; as revolution, 1-15, 225-26
Cobban, Alfred, 26
Collamer, Jacob, 107
Colonization, 116-17
Confiscation Act of 1861, 105-106
Confiscation Act of 1862, 107-108, 112- 17, 119-21, 132-34, 136
Conscription Act of 1863, 79
Conway, Moncure D., 114
Constitution, concepts of, 15, 74-75, 171-72, 189-90, 210-11, 215,223; guarantee of republican government clause, 192; status of slavery under, 89, 176, 212-14; see also Lincoln; Union; Thirteenth Amendment; Fourteenth Amendment
Corlett, William S., 66-67
Cox, John H., 201
Cox, LaWanda, 168, 201, 204
Croly, Herbert, 48-49
Cruden, Robert, 162ff.
Current, Richard N., 46, 50
Davis, Henry Winter, 114-15, 117, 174
Declaration of Independence, 51, 58- 59, 63-65, 86-90, 96, 172-75, 211- 12, 213-14, 219
Dictatorship, 26-30; see also Lincoln
Dietze, Gottfried, 23
Diggins, John P., 63
District of Columbia, abolition of slavery in, 107-108
Doolittle, James, 127-28
Douglas, Stephen A., 58, 77, 83
Douglass, Frederick, 150, 167, 213
DuBois, W. E. B., 164, 167-68, 196-97
Dunning, William A., 18-19, 192-94
Eliot, Thomas D., 109-10, 144-45, 148, 161

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