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Legislative Divorces and the Fourteenth Amendment, 27 Harvard Law Review 699 (1914)

Abstract

Prior to the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, it was the prevailing opinion of lawyers and courts that state legislatures could giant divorces a vinculo when the constitution of their state did not forbid, at least for causes for which they could not be granted by the courts.

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1914

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