Senate Report : Majority report of the United States Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections : against a sixteenth amendment to the Constitution prohibiting the several states from disfranchising United States citizens on account of sex; also, minority report, from same committee, in favor of said constitutional amendment. [1878-1879]

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Title

Senate Report : Majority report of the United States Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections : against a sixteenth amendment to the Constitution prohibiting the several states from disfranchising United States citizens on account of sex; also, minority report, from same committee, in favor of said constitutional amendment. [1878-1879]

Description

Arguments before the Committee on Privileges and Elections of the United States Senate, in behalf of a sixteenth amendment to the Constitution of the United States, prohibiting the several states from disfranchising United States citizens on account of sex, January 11 and 12, 1878

The majority report was written by Senators Wadleigh, McMillan, Ingalls, Saulsbury, Merrimon, and Hill on June 14, 1878.

The minority report was written by Senators Hoar, Mitchell, and Cameron of Wisconsin on February 1, 1879.

Date

1878-06-14
1879-02-01

Subject

Constitutional amendments
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections
United States. Constitution. 16th Amendment

Creator

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Privileges and Elections

Publisher

Washington : Government Printing Office

Format

[9]-10, 9 p.

Language

English

Identifier

ALMS.1878.01

Coverage

Washington, D.C.

Original Format

Reprints

Physical Dimensions

23 cm.

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