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History, Constitution, African American
In a democracy there should never have been an occasion whereby the enactment of a separate and distinct legislation was necessary for welfare of land and its people. Democratic principles as pronounced from the preamble of the constitution of the United States of America should have been the grounds sufficient for prohibiting the development of forces which eventually led to written end unwritten legislation for a cross section of the population.
Labat, Clothilde, "A Thesis On The Constitutional History of The American Negro From 1776 To 1875" (1930). Electronic Thesis and Dissertation. 42.