The Supreme Court, the Broken Constitution and the Shattered Bill of Rights

By: Pittman, R. Carter

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This 4X9, stapled pamphlet has only light, general wear and aging. It is about near fine. R. Carter Pittman, from Dalton Georgia, was one of the most intellectual defenders of segregation in the Civil Righta era. A proponent of George Mason and an early Libertarian, Pittman argued that the concept of liberty was embedded in the Constitution in ways that the concept of equality was not. Pittman thus became an intellectual spologist for segregation. As this pamphlet, published by the States' Rights Council of Georgia shows, Pittman could easily ignore the destructive legacy of slavery and segregation by, in all ways, giving precedence to the concept of liberty in the US Constitution. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 23 pages

Title: The Supreme Court, the Broken Constitution and the Shattered Bill of Rights

Author Name: Pittman, R. Carter

Categories: Civil Rights,

Edition: Third Printing

Publisher: Atlanta, States' Rights Council of Georgia, Inc.: ca, 1958

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 16599

Keywords: Civil Rights African - American Black Negro Race Racism Segregation Integration Georgia