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" You dislike the Emancipation Proclamation; and, perhaps, would have it retracted. You say it is unconstitutional -I think differently. I think the Constitution invests its commander-inchief, with the law of war, in time of war. The most that can be said,... "
The History, Civil, Political and Military, of the Southern Rebellion: From ... - Страница 218
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History of the Civil War, 1861-1865

James Ford Rhodes - 1917 - 454 страници
...country and Constitution all together. ... I think the Constitution invests its Commander-in-Chief with the law of war in time of war. The most that can be Baid — if so much — is that slaves are property. Is there — has there ever been — any question...

Selected Writings of Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln - 1920 - 345 страници
...unconstitutional. I think differently. I think the Constitution invests its commander-in-chief with the law of war in time of war. The most that can be...be taken when needed? And is it not needed whenever it helps us and hurts the enemy? Armies, the world over, destroy enemies' property when they cannot...

Selections from the Works of Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln - 1921 - 262 страници
...differently. I think that the Constitution invests its Commander-in-chief with the laws of war in the time of war. The most that can be said, if so much, is, that the slaves are property. Is there, has there ever been, any question that by the law of war, property,...

The Writings of Abraham Lincoln, Том 6

Abraham Lincoln - 1906
...unconstitutional. I think differently. I think the Constitution invests its commander-in-chief with the law of war in time of war. The most that can be...be taken when needed? And is it not needed whenever it helps us and hurts the enemy? Armies, the world over, destroy enemies' property when they cannot...

Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Том 57

Massachusetts Historical Society - 1924
...harass him if he attempts to retreat." 4 1 "I think the Constitution invests its commander-in-chief with the law of war in time of war. The most that can be...whenever taking it helps us, or hurts the enemy." Lincoln in a letter dated August 26, 1863, Complete Works, n. 397. 2 Lincoln to Hooker, June 10, 1863....

Return of Alien Property: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the ..., Томове 1–4

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means - 1926 - 561 страници
...if this is a fair statement of the law of war — and I am reading from an authority I have here : Has there ever been any question that by the law of...be taken when needed, and is it not needed whenever it helps us and hurts the enemy? Annies the world over destroy enemy's property when they can not use...

Return of Alien Property

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means - 1926 - 561 страници
...of war — and I am reading from an authority I have here: HMS there ever been any question that liy the law of war property both of enemies and friends...be taken when needed, and is it not needed whenever it helps ns and hurts the enemy? Armies the world over destroy enemy's property when they can not nso...

The Central Law Journal, Том 85

1917
...unconstitutional. I think differently. I think the Constitution invests its Commander in Chief with the law of war in time of war. The most that can be said — is it so much — is that slaves are property. Is there — has there ever been — any question...

Report of the ... Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, Том 42

American Bar Association - 1917
...unconstitutiona1. l think differently. l think the Constitution invests its Commander-in-Chief with the law of war in time of war. The most that can be...said — if so much — is that slaves are property. ls there — has there ever been — any question that by the law of war, property, both of enemies...

The Steel Seizure Case: Briefs for the Government and the ..., Части 1–2

Charles Sawyer, United States. Supreme Court - 1952
...think the Constitution invests its Commander-in-Chief with the law of war in time of war. The*most that can be said — if so much — is that slaves...when needed? And is it not needed whenever taking it will help us, or hurt the enemy?* 7 Less pertinent here, but equally broad and vigorous, were the actions...




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