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The Rescue of Joshua Glover: A Fugitive Slave, the Constitution, and the Coming of the Civil War (Law Society & Politics in the Midwest) Paperback – December 15, 2007


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"An exemplary case study of the events leading up to the undeservedly obscure Supreme Court decision in Ableman v. Booth (1859)... Baker lays out the complex legal proceedings with admirable clarity." - Mark V. Tushnet, Harvard Law School "The Rescue of Joshua Glover is an important new examination of how American constitutional law and popular culture intersected in the antebellum era.... A valuable case study of the ways in which the Constitution was reshaped outside of the courts as well as inside of them." - Daniel W. Hamilton, author of The Limits of Sovereignty"

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H. Robert Baker is a visiting assistant professor in history at Marquette University.

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Robert Baker teaches history at Georgia State University. He lives in East Point, Georgia. He is not originally from Georgia.

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