Volume 5, Issue 1
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Introduction: A Radical Notion of Democracy: Law, Race, and Albion Tourgée, 1865-1905
Reflections on Albion Tourgée’s 1896 View of the Supreme Court: A “Consistent Enemy of Personal Liberty and Equal Right”?
Michael Kent Curtis
The Past as Prologue: Albion Tourgée and the North Carolina Constitution
Judge Robert N. Hunter, Jr.
The National Citizen’s Rights Association: Precursor of the NAACP
Carolyn L. Karcher
The Legitmacy of Law in Literature: The Case of Albion W. Tourgée
Adaline and the Judge: An Ex-Slave Girl’s Journey with Albion W. Tourgée
Naurice Frank Woods, Jr.
Tale of Two Andersons: Anderson v. South Carolina Election Commission and Anderson v. Celebrezze – An Examination of the Constitutionality of Section 8-13-1356 of the South Carolina Code of Laws Following the 2012 Primary Ballot Access Controversy
John L. Warren III