Boston: 1865. 16pp, stitched. Old institutionlal rubberstamp in blank margin of title leaf. Good+.
Crosby deals with the knotty question of whether the seceded States are in the Union, or out of it. If they're in it, uh oh-- don't they get to vote on whether to adopt the 13th Amendment abolishing slavery? That seems crazy. So he opts for a practical solution-- in for some purposes, out for others. Out in particular when it comes to the restoration of the Union without slavery.
Sabin 17626. Item #38053