CL.12 - Final exam is the 11th 1:50 hours Bring notes, not...

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Final exam is the 11 th 1:50 hours Bring notes, not her outlines, no cases From midterm on Dred Scott v. Sandford Slaves that crossed into free state, claimed that he was free and a citizen Still a slave in Missouri, says that when he went to Illinois, he should be free From Missouri to Illinois (free) to Louisiana territory (Congress, free) back to Missouri (slave state) Dual citizenship, claims he is citizen of US Taney Whether Court can give the right of citizen and force it onto states If not a citizen, then can’t sue the state Framers didn’t include slaves, original intent, historical and social context He is not a citizen of Missouri and entitled to the Courts, states can’t give citizenship past that of Constitution or give federal citizenship Argues that he is federal citizen in Louisiana because it’s a federal territory, territorial legislatures had no power to ban slavery Person has right to property and Congress’ power over territory at original time of the
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2009 for the course POLITICS CIVIL LIBE taught by Professor Kahn during the Spring '08 term at NYU.

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