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Henry Julian Abraham (August 25, 1921 – February 26, 2020) was a German-born American scholar on the judiciary and constitutional law. He was James Hart Professor of Government Emeritus at the University of Virginia.Anne-Marie Slaughter to Speak on Drones, Detention and Foreign Policy at UVA Law , April 12, 2013, Retrieved December 6, 2013 He was the author of 13 books, most in multiple editions, and more than 100 articles on the U.S. Supreme Court, judicial appointments, judicial process, and civil rights and liberties.

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Uniform title: Compulsory voting
by Abraham, Henry J. (Henry Julian), 1921-
[Philadelphia,Pa.] : H.J. Abrahams, 1950
 
 
by Abraham, Henry J. (Henry Julian), 1921-
Washington : Public Affairs Press, 1955
 
 
Worcester, Mass. : National Municipal League, 1950
 
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