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Georgia v. Stanton

 

 

 

 

U.S. Constitution
14th Amendment

 

The Amendment
That Never Existed

 

Georgia v. Stanton

73 US 50

 

 

Comment

It is true, the bill, in setting forth the political rights of the State, and of its people to be protected, among other matters, avers, that Georgia owns certain real estate and buildings therein, State capitol, and executive mansion, and other real and personal property; and that putting the acts of Congress into execution, and destroying the State, would deprive it of the possession and enjoyment of its property.   .  . .

BILL DISMISSED FOR WANT OF JURISDICTION

 

 

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