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“…Historian James G. Randall, author of the widely read Constitutional Problems under Lincoln, estimated that the Lincoln administration detained approximately 13,500 people. 37 Neely's more recent work puts the number at about 12,600, though the records are incomplete. 38 Supporters of the Union came to believe that these measures had saved Maryland from secession.…”
Section: Taney's Decision In Merryman Was An Attack Not Just On Presmentioning
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“…Historian James G. Randall, author of the widely read Constitutional Problems under Lincoln, estimated that the Lincoln administration detained approximately 13,500 people. 37 Neely's more recent work puts the number at about 12,600, though the records are incomplete. 38 Supporters of the Union came to believe that these measures had saved Maryland from secession.…”
Section: Taney's Decision In Merryman Was An Attack Not Just On Presmentioning