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10 A major change, however, has recently been wrought with regard to the 5 Bailey v. S. 219, 240 (1911). During the debate, Senator Howard noted that the language was ‘‘the good old Anglo-Saxon language employed by our fathers in the ordinance of 1787, an expression which has been adjudicated upon repeatedly, which is perfectly well understood both by the public and by judicial tribunals. . ’’ CONG. , 1st Sess. 1489 (1864). 6 Id. at 1313–14. S. ) 36, 69, 71–72 (1873). This general applicability was again stated in Hodges v.

Just as the Black Codes, enacted after the Civil War to restrict the free exercise of those rights, were substitutes for the slave system, so the exclusion of Negroes from white communities became a substitute for the Black Codes. And when racial discrimination herds men into ghettos and makes their ability to buy property turn on the color of their skin, then it too is a relic of slavery. . At the very least, the freedom that Congress is empowered to secure under the Thirteenth Amendment includes the freedom to buy whatever a white man can buy, the right to live wherever a white man can live.

Alfred H. S. 78 (1968). 20 Ch. 31, 14 Stat. 27 (1866). C. § 1982. 21 Jones v. Alfred H. S. 409, 420–37 (1968). Justices Harlan and White dissented from the Court’s interpretation of the statute. Id. at 449. Chief Justice Burger joined their dissent in Sullivan v. S. 229, 241 (1969). The 1968 Civil Rights Act forbidding discrimination in housing on the basis of race was enacted a brief time before the Court’s decision. Pub. L. No. 90– 284, 82 Stat. C. § 3601–31. 22 Jones v. Alfred H. S. 409, 440–43 (1968).

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