[The amendment] will change Article II, Section 26 of the state's constitution, which has stated for more than 100 years: "Slavery prohibited. There shall never be in this state either slavery or involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime, whereof the party shall have been duly convicted."The new version will shorten that second sentence to say, "There shall never be in this state either slavery or involuntary servitude."
In the US Constitution , the 13th amendment that supposedly abolished slavery reads, "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist..."
The southern states could have accepted Lincoln's amendment and sentence their slaves for some crime or another to slavery, to keep their state of affairs. All in compliance with law.
The southern states could have accepted Lincoln's amendment
and sentence their slaves for some crime or another to slavery, to keep their state of affairs.
Quote from: ersi on 2018-11-09, 03:28:51and sentence their slaves for some crime or another to slavery, to keep their state of affairs.Which is exactly what happened. See Civil Rights issues.
The Constitution is an old document and in a time where the Brits were taking American sailors as slaves to serve on their ships such a clause was more humane than the norm, for the time.
Yes. Which is why I said the Civil War was over nothing, i.e. it did not change much.
In this sentence, what does "American" mean? Surely not natives (so-called Indians)? Then who? African-Americans (really Africans)? The colonist rabble (really Brits)?
i.e. it did not change much.
Thus beginning the war of northern aggression.
but this would just not be the same without the subtle historical expertise of rjhowie.
From the perspective of the European powers of the day, a Divided States of America would have been preferable.
Merkel said it - we need an European army.
On February 11, 1940, Germany and the Soviet Union entered into the German-Soviet Commercial Agreement... The trade pact helped Germany to surmount the British blockade of Germany. The main raw materials specified in the agreement were one million tons of grain, 900,000 tons of oil and more than 500,000 tons of various metal ores (mostly iron ore) in exchange for synthetic material plants, ships, turrets, machine tools and coal. The agreement also contained a "Confidential Protocol" providing the Soviet Union would undertake purchases from third party countries of "metals and other goods" on behalf of Germany.
What is that spoiler thing at ensbb3 post?
Didn't know you were a dramatist... Tcharam!!!
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