4 edition of Virginia"s Constitutional Convention of 1901-1902 found in the catalog.
Virginia"s Constitutional Convention of 1901-1902
|Series||Distinguished studies in American legal and constitutional history|
|LC Classifications||KFV2801.5 .H65 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 282 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||90042477|
Virginia's Constitutional Convention of / Wythe Holt. Format Book Published New York: Garland Pub., Description xiv, p. ; 24 cm. Series Distinguished studies in American legal and constitutional history Notes Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph. DUniversity of Virginia. Constitutional Convention (from "Race and Place - An African-American Community in the Jim Crow South: Charlottesville, Virginia") Constitution of ; Virginia Encyclopedia - Virginia Constitutional Convention (–) for Virginians: Government Matters - Virginia Constitution.
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The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Virginia is the document that defines and limits the powers of the state government and the basic rights of the citizens of the U.S. Commonwealth of all other state constitutions, it is supreme over Virginia's laws and acts of government, though it may be superseded by the United States Constitution and U.S.
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Constitution of Virginia. 8/21/ Table of Contents Article I Bill of Rights Article II Franchise and Officers Article III Division of Powers Article IV Legislature Article V Executive Article VI Judiciary Article VII Local Government Article VIII Education Article IX Corporations Article X Taxation and Finance Article XI.
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