Fugitive Slave Act
Originally published 02/21/2017
Christopher N. Lasch
Sanctuary cities’ resistance to immigrant rendition, like northern resistance to slave rendition, takes place in that part of the law that is reserved for local action and upon which the federal government cannot intrude.
Originally published 02/13/2017
The actions of attorneys general in California and other states have their antecedents in the fight against that draconian law.
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