Abstract: The first eleven Amendments to the Constitution were intended as checks or limitations on the Federal Government, due largely to the fear that the Federal Government might become too strong and centralized. The Amendments arising out of the Civil War Between the States have just the opposite effect, and finding the proper balance has been left to the courts.
Keywords: book review, constitution, law, Fourteenth Amendment, adoption, 14th amendment.

Title: The Adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment
Author: Horace Edgar Flack
Publisher: Peter Smith
Date Published: 1908
ISBN: 0844611824
Pages: 285
Footnotes: 642
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Chapter 1: The Freedmen's Bureau and Civil Rights Bills

Chapter 2: The Amendment Before Congress

Chapter 3: The Amendment Before the People

Chapter 4: The Amendment Before the States

Chapter 5: Congressional Interpretation of The Fourteenth Amendment

Appendix : Text of the War Amendments


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