2 edition of [Resolution In favor of enforcing laws to preserve Union.] found in the catalog.
[Resolution In favor of enforcing laws to preserve Union.]
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The Board of Education passed a resolution in October , reinforcing a state law already on the books. But the passion over the subject seemed to have subsided, with many schools no longer. The only acts of Congress on the statute book bearing upon this subject are those of Febru , and March 3, we possessed this power, would it be wise to exercise it under existing circumstances? The object would doubtless be to preserve the Union. War would not only present the most effectual means of destroying it, but would.
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