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"Alexander Tsesis's invigorating reevaluation of the Thirteenth Amendment agrees with many Lincoln Republicans that it embraced the Declaration of Independence."
-Harold Hyman,Rice University
"[A] comprehensive and brilliant book from both a historical and analytical perspective. Drawing from the lessons of history, Alexander Tsesis shows persuasively the relevance of the Thirteenth Amendment to a wide range of the social and economic issues currently facing America, and he offers highly creative arguments that support the use of congressional power under the Thirteenth Amendment as a potent and effective means of meeting and resolving these issues."
-G. Sidney Buchanan,Baker & Botts Chaired Professor of Law, University of Houston Law Center
"...audacious and original. He (Tsesis) offers a blueprint as to how desperately needed reforms...can come about."
-Richard Delgado,Michigan Law Review
"Tsesis vigorously presents a set of arguments that are rarely found in the conventional legal literature. . . . an interesting and challenging book."
-Sanford Levinson,University of Texas Law School
"For those looking for arguments to revitalize and expand the use of the Thirteenth Amendment, this is an interesting piece of advoacacy."
-Journal of American History,