Lincoln's Suspension of Habeas Corpus
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Sun Aug 31 11:59:23 PDT 2008
I have written that essay, it will appear in The Political Lincoln, edited by Paul Finkelman and Martin Hershock, which will be published by CQ Press in the next month or two.
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>>> Allison Hayward <ahayward at gmu.edu> 08/31/08 2:13 PM >>>
... I think that was an essay question . . .
On Aug 31, 2008, at 1:04 PM, Paul Finkelman wrote:
> Paul Finkelman
> President William McKinley Distinguished Professor of Law
> and Public Policy
> Albany Law School
> 80 New Scotland Avenue
> Albany, New York 12208-3494
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>>>> <RJLipkin at aol.com> 08/31/08 10:28 AM >>>
> Was Lincoln's suspension of habeas corpus necessary in preserving the
> Union? Interpret "necessary" in any way you think appropriate. This
> is a
> straightforward question--meaning I have no idea what the answer is.
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