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The Library of Congress. representation in either House of Congress, although, with the single exception of Texas, they have been entirely restored to all their functions as States, in conformity with the organic law of the land, and have appeared at the national capital by senators and representatives who have applied for and have been refused admission to the vacant seats. Nor have the sov41 Due Process ereign people of the nation been afforded an opportunity of expressing their views upon the important questions which the amendment involves.
Bradley pointed up its usefulness, and then rejected the “great fears” that this would lead to Congressional interference “with the internal affairs of the states . . and thus abolishing the state governments in everything but name . ” This judicial self-abnegation [self-denial], however, did not last long. ” By 1890, with three dissenters, the Supreme Court took a decisive plunge into the substantive due process waters by requiring judicial review of a railroad commission’s ratemaking determination, as well as its procedure.
11, Jan. 25, 1867 1867 Apr. 6, 1868 9, July 1 July 9, 1868 1866 Feb. 12, 1867 Ja n 18 . 1 67 6, Jan. 22, 1867 Jan. 16, 1867 Jan. 23, 1867 Sept. 19, 1866 Jan. 19, July 6, 1867 1866 Oct. 30, 1866 Mar. 7 1867 June 25, 1866 Sep. 11, 1866 July 4, 1868 July 9, 1868 July 21, July 15, 1868 1868 8 86 ,1 e9 n Ju TAKEN FROM: Compiled by editor. ” In clothing with constitutional authority the principle of equality before the law regardless of race, enforced by the national government, this amendment permanently transformed the definition of American citizenship as well as relations between the federal government and the states, and between individual Americans and the nation.