Stone Collection: Volume 52 - Item 22
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22. The United States Constitution, Anti-Slavery Tracts, no. 1 (New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, n.d.). (12 p.)
Explanation of why the United States Constitution is a pro-slavery document. The author explains that the Constitution favors slavery in the meaning of its terms, by the intent of the framers, through its use by the government in practice, and according to its exposition by the “final interpreter” (the Supreme Court).