Originally posted by Mediocrates
State law is state law and as a matter of fact Jews were given the vote, the right to own property and the right to hold office in 1868 fully three years after the 13,14,15th ammendments were ratified.
Jews were expelled from the Tennessee military district under General Order 11 by US Grant and it took an appeal to Lincoln to reverse it. So yeah, places is places except some places are more different than other places.
Admit that you are wrong. Government policies change. However, the Constitution is the law of the land, and what ever that is not denied in the constituion can be done by the state. No state in the United States can do colective punishment. NEVER. It is aginsts that law of the land. A man is INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY>