Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 14 (of 20)
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Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 14 (of 20)

By Charles Sumner
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  • Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 14 (of 20)
  • CONTENTS OF VOLUME XIV.
  • MAJORITY OR PLURALITY IN THE ELECTION OF SENATORS.
  • A SENATOR CANNOT VOTE FOR HIMSELF.
  • REMODELLING OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
  • THE LATE SOLOMON FOOT, SENATOR FROM VERMONT.
  • COMPLETE EQUALITY IN RIGHTS, AND NOT SEMI-EQUALITY.
  • JUSTICE TO MECHANICS IN THE WAR.
  • POWER OF CONGRESS TO COUNTERACT THE CATTLE-PLAGUE.
  • URGENT DUTY OF THE HOUR.
  • TIME AND RECONSTRUCTION.
  • THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA AND EMANCIPATION.
  • POWER OF CONGRESS TO PROVIDE AGAINST CHOLERA FROM ABROAD.
  • RANK OF DIPLOMATIC REPRESENTATIVES ABROAD.
  • OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE, AND MR. HUNTER.
  • DELAY IN THE REMOVAL OF DISABILITIES.
  • INTERRUPTION OF RIGHT OF PETITION.
  • OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE REBELLION.
  • EQUAL RIGHTS A CONDITION OF RECONSTRUCTION.
  • INTER-STATE INTERCOURSE BY RAILWAY.
  • ATTITUDE OF JUSTICE TOWARDS ENGLAND.
  • POWER OF CONGRESS TO MAKE A SHIP-CANAL AT NIAGARA.
  • HONOR TO A CONSTANT UNION-MAN OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
  • OPEN VOTING IN THE ELECTION OF SENATORS; SECRET VOTING AT POPULAR ELECTIONS.
  • MAIL SERVICE BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
  • TENNESSEE NOT SUFFICIENTLY RECONSTRUCTED.
  • THE SENATE CHAMBER: ITS VENTILATION AND SIZE.
  • A SHIP-CANAL THROUGH THE ISTHMUS OF DARIEN.
  • INQUIRY INTO THE TITLE OF A SENATOR TO HIS SEAT.
  • NO MORE STATES WITH THE WORD “WHITE” IN THE CONSTITUTION.
  • THE METRIC SYSTEM OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
  • ART IN THE NATIONAL CAPITOL.
  • THE ONE MAN POWER vs. CONGRESS. THE PRESENT SITUATION.
    • ADDRESS.
  • THE OCEAN TELEGRAPH BETWEEN EUROPE AND AMERICA.
  • ENCOURAGEMENT TO COLORED FELLOW-CITIZENS.
  • THE TRUE PRINCIPLES OF RECONSTRUCTION. ILLEGALITY OF EXISTING GOVERNMENTS IN THE REBEL STATES.
  • FEMALE SUFFRAGE, AND AN EDUCATIONAL TEST OF MALE SUFFRAGE.
  • PROHIBITION OF PEONAGE.
  • PRECAUTION AGAINST THE REVIVAL OF SLAVERY.
  • PROTECTION AGAINST THE PRESIDENT.
  • DENUNCIATION OF THE COOLIE TRADE.
  • CHEAP BOOKS AND PUBLIC LIBRARIES.
  • CHEAP COAL.
  • A SINGLE TERM FOR THE PRESIDENT, AND CHOICE BY DIRECT VOTE OF THE PEOPLE.
  • RECONSTRUCTION AT LAST WITH COLORED SUFFRAGE AND PROTECTION AGAINST REBEL INFLUENCE.
  • THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
  • MONUMENTS TO DECEASED SENATORS.
  • A VICTORY OF PEACE.
  • FURTHER GUARANTIES IN RECONSTRUCTION. LOYALTY, EDUCATION, AND A HOMESTEAD FOR FREEDMEN; MEASURES OF RECONSTRUCTION NOT A BURDEN OR PENALTY.
  • GENEROSITY FOR EDUCATION.
  • RECONSTRUCTION AGAIN. THE BALLOT AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPEN TO ALL.
  • PROHIBITION OF DIPLOMATIC UNIFORM.
  • VIGILANCE AGAINST THE PRESIDENT.
  • LOYALTY AND REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT CONDITIONS OF ASSISTANCE TO THE REBEL STATES.
  • FOOTNOTES
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