The Constitutional Review, Volumes 1-2
Henry Campbell Black
National Association for Constitutional Government, 1917 - Constitutional law
The Constitutional review served as the official organ of the National Association for Constitutional Government, advocating the maintenance of constitutional government and recording its progress at home and abroad. The review includes articles on proposed or accomplished changes in constitutions, and on political activity related to the subject of constitutional government. Reviews of books on relevant topics are also included.
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