Virginia confront slavery and the rights of states 1771 1897 by chad vanderford review jennifer oast the legacy of st george tucker college professors in virginia confront slavery and the rights of states 1771 1897 by chad vanderford. St george tucker 1752 1827 founding father professor and political theorist saw clearly that slavery runs against the grain of the values articulated in the declaration of inde pendence under certain narrowly construed circumstances however he thought it necessary to tolerate slavery. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. The legacy of st george tucker college professors in virginia confront slavery and rights of states 1771 1897 chad vanderford imprint doctoral louisiana state university 2005 issued under title rights of humans rights of states the academic legacy of st george tucker in nineteenth century virginia. St george tucker july 10 1752 november 10 1827 born in bermuda was a lawyer and after the american revolution a professor of law at the college of william and mary he notably increased the requirements for a law degree at the college as he believed lawyers needed deep educations
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