The motivation is to show that America is a nation that was formed by different nationalities with different cultures and who had different legal cultures. Its to show how law was formed by the interplay between the legal culture and the conformation of the environment. Americans were free to make their laws as they wished, to suit their situation, environment and their lifestyle; they were less restrained as compared to the English in England since their laws were molded to fit their society. As a result, the The legal history of America reflects on the laws borders which examines the issue of borders and borderlands in contemplation with the law itself. Slavery in America was a central concern. In 1787, there were conflicts that were brought about by slavery both among states and between the states and the national government. Slavery had been replaced with a new way of oppression. Racism in America became the object of humiliation and lack of equality in the way the law served the people. Examples of cases that were controversially handled and those that did not put unto consideration the amendments were the slaughterhouse cases of 1873 and the civil rights cases of 1883. The Fourteenth Amendment was without a doubt supposed to put into effect the total equal opportunity of the two races before the law, but it could not change the color of the two races, or put into effect social equality that both the races wanted. They displayed outstanding sophistication in thinking about the control of their society. American laws were easy to review and reform to addition to it being more instrumental in its development. My approach was analyzing in-depth court cases, law volumes, and vintage books. I studied the amendments in relation to the cases. Although the U.S. has made progress in terms of civil rights, in America, race is still an issue.