Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 13 (of 20)
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Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 13 (of 20)

By Charles Sumner
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  • Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 13 (of 20)
  • CONTENTS OF VOLUME XIII.
  • A REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT OUR FIRST DUTY AND THE ESSENTIAL CONDITION OF PEACE.
  • COLORED SUFFRAGE IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
  • IMPARTIAL JURORS FOR COLORED PERSONS.
  • OATH TO MAINTAIN A REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT IN THE REBEL STATES.
  • PART EXECUTION OF THE GUARANTY OF A REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT.
  • EQUAL RIGHTS OF COLORED PERSONS TO BE PROTECTED BY THE NATIONAL COURTS.
  • REPRESENTATION ACCORDING TO VOTERS.
  • SCHEME OF RECONSTRUCTION ON THE BASIS OF EQUAL RIGHTS.
  • ADOPTION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ABOLISHING SLAVERY.
  • FIVE CONDITIONS OF RECONSTRUCTION.
  • RIGHTS OF LOYAL CITIZENS, AND A REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT.
  • THE LATE SENATOR COLLAMER.
  • “WHITEWASHING” BY THE PRESIDENT.
  • ENFRANCHISEMENT AND PROTECTION OF FREEDMEN. ACTUAL CONDITION OF THE REBEL STATES.
  • THE WHITES vs. COLORED SUFFRAGE IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
  • PROTECTION OF THE NATIONAL DEBT, AND REJECTION OF EVERY REBEL DEBT.
  • KIDNAPPING OF FREEDMEN.
  • THE LATE HENRY WINTER DAVIS.
    • POSTSCRIPT.
  • DISFRANCHISEMENT INCONSISTENT WITH REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT.
  • IMPANELLING OF JURIES, AND TRIAL OF JEFFERSON DAVIS.
  • CARRYING OUT THE GUARANTY OF REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT, AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE PROHIBITION OF SLAVERY.
  • THE EQUAL RIGHTS OF ALL: THE GREAT GUARANTY AND PRESENT NECESSITY, FOR THE SAKE OF SECURITY, AND TO MAINTAIN A REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT.
    • SPEECH.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • APPENDIX.
      • DEBATE AND VOTES.
      • PRESS AND CORRESPONDENCE.
      • CORRESPONDENCE.
      • PRESIDENT JOHNSON AND HIS COUNTER MANIFESTATIONS.
      • PERSONAL SAFETY.
    • DEBATE AND VOTES.
    • PRESS AND CORRESPONDENCE.
    • CORRESPONDENCE.
    • PRESIDENT JOHNSON AND HIS COUNTER MANIFESTATIONS.
    • PERSONAL SAFETY.
  • DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS WITH THE REPUBLIC OF DOMINICA.
  • PROTECTION OF CIVIL RIGHTS.
  • THE CITY OF BOSTON AND MR. SUMNER.
  • POLITICAL EQUALITY WITHOUT DISTINCTION OF COLOR. NO COMPROMISE OF HUMAN RIGHTS.
  • OPPOSITE SIDES ON THE MEANING OF THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.
  • NO MORE STATES WITH THE WORD “WHITE” IN THE STATE CONSTITUTION.
  • OPPOSITION TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ON THE BASIS OF REPRESENTATION.
  • FOOTNOTES
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