Into the Light of Day: Relevance of the Thirteenth Amendment to Contemporary Law

By: Alexander Tsesis


The Essays in this volume address four broad themes: (I) the Thirteenth Amendment in relation to other constitutional provisions, (II) the significance of the Amendment in restructuring federalism, (III) the limits of the Amendment’s grant of congressional and judicial authority, and (IV) the implications to current affairs and contemporary constitutional theory.


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