The limits of sovereignty property confiscation in the Union and the Confederacy during the Civil War /
Americans take for granted that government does not have the right to permanently seize private property without just compensation. Yet for much of American history, such a view constituted the weaker side of an ongoing argument about government sovereignty and individual rights. What brought about...
University of Chicago Press,
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