Abstract: Examines the 14th Amendment as it relates to the right of the former slaves to carry arms.
Keywords: book review, constitution, law, history, right to keep and bear arms, RKBA, Blacks, Afro-Americans African-Americans, Second Fourteenth Amendment, United States, civil rights, states rights, firearms, legislation, 14th amendment.
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Title: Freedmen, the Fourteenth Amendment, and the Right to Bear Arms, 1866-1876
Author: Stephen P. Halbrook
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Date Published: November 1998
ISBN: 0275963314
LOCN: KF4749.H34 1998
Dewey: 344.73/0533 21
Pages: 230
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Chapter 1: The Civil Rights and Freedmen's Bureau Acts and the Proposal of the Fourteenth Amendment

Chapter 2: Congress Reacts to Southern Rejection of the Fourteenth Amendment

Chapter 3: The Southern State Constitutional Conventions

Chapter 4: The Freedmen's Bureau Act Reenacted and the Fourteenth Amendment Ratified

Chapter 5: Toward Adoption of the Civil Rights Act of 1871

Chapter 6: From the Klan Trials and Hearings through the End of the Civil Rights Revolution

Chapter 7: The Cruikshank Case, from Trial to the Supreme Court

Chapter 8: Unfinished Jurisprudence

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