Pennsylvania Constitutional Development

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"Pennsylvania Constitutional Development "has proven to be the definitive study of the history of Pennsylvania's constitution in its first four incarnations. Rosalind Branning's critique, first published in 1960, reflects the movement that led to the constitution of 1968. After tracing the history of the 1776 constitution and its earliest revisions--in 1790 and 1838--Branning primarily focuses on the constitutional convention of 1872-73 and the resulting document of 1874, which endured for almost a century. She uses the ...

Pennsylvania Constitutional Development 2004, University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh PA

ISBN-13: 9780822958185

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