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Section 249(a)(1) was enacted pursuant to Congress's Thirteenth Amendment enforcement power while [section] 249(a)(2) was enacted pursuant to Congress's Commerce Clause power.
52) One need not accept this argument categorically and argue, contrary to the views of its framers, that all marital and filial relations are called into question by the Thirteenth Amendment to make the case that some are.
The adoption of the Fair Housing Act of 1968, (16) and the Court's subsequent expansive interpretation of Congress's power to enforce the Thirteenth Amendment in Jones v.
His latest work traces the complex development of antislavery policy in the US, from its prewar origins to the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment.
The laudatory goal of that January 1865 backroom and back-alley horse trading was to pass the Thirteenth Amendment to the U.
The film, though, deals with a very small part of his political career: his passionate devotion to passing the Thirteenth Amendment, a Bill which effectively ended slavery in America, prior to the conclusion of the Civil War and the re-unification of the northern and southern states.
Perhaps even worse than the error was Kushner's needlessly defensive response, in which the writer went on and on about his desire to "clarify to the audience the historical reality that the Thirteenth Amendment passed by a very narrow margin.
Lincoln stars Daniel Day-Lewis as United States president Abraham Lincoln as he battles to ratify the Thirteenth Amendment (which abolishes slavery) to the constitution by the US House of Representatives.