The Dredd Scott

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Scott was ruled still to be a slave, and not a citizen of Missouri or any US state for that matter, from which it followed that he had no right to sue in the federal courts. Now it was not so much the courtís decision that was so damaging, but the series of opinions that Roger Taney, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and how we look at it...
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Scott was ruled still to be a slave, and not a citizen of Missouri or any US state for that matter, from which it followed that he had no right to sue in the federal courts. Now it was not so much the courtís decision that was so damaging, but the series of opinions that Roger Taney, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and how we look at it...
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