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political status

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  • Until the enactment of the Reconstruction laws these negroes were without rights, and though they had been liberated by the war, Mr. Johnson's policy now proposed that they should have no political status at all, and consequently be at the mercy of a people who, recently their masters, now seemed to look upon them as the authors of all the misfortunes that had come upon the land.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • It is an Anglican hymn for children written by Mrs C. F. Alexander in 1848, comfortably extolling the beauties of nature and, in one verse, the political status quo with the refrain, ‘The Lord God made them all’.

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  • This he did by gradualiy equalizing the political status of the inhabitants of

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

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