Results to the Negro Race

  • Charles Wallace Collins

Abstract

We may now consider what phases of the negro race question have become related to the operation of the Fourteenth Amendment since its adoption in 1868. In so doing it is well to bear in mind two facts: First, that the negro race has increased in numbers during the last forty years from nearly five1 to about ten millions, and that the social complexity of the Afro-Teutonic situation has become intensified rather than diminished. Second, that litigation under the Fourteenth Amendment has steadily increased until within recent years it has engaged the attention of the Supreme Court of the United States more than has any other part of the Constitution, with the possible exception of the Interstate Commerce clause.

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State Court Negro Race Police Power Federal Authority Passenger Train 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • Charles Wallace Collins
    • 1
  1. 1.USA

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