The Indiana State Constitution

The Indiana State Constitution

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The only book-length investigation of the Indiana Constitution, this volume provides a realistic perspective on the formation and evolutionary change of the constitution's provisions. The 1851 Constitution has developed gradually since its adoption, with a minimum of formal amendments. Relying heavily on state court decisions, this book illustrates the scattered and episodic adaptation of the constitutional language to current governmental needs. The book develops a clear outline of the current meaning of the provisions of the state's constitution and provides the historical and political context that accounts for its development.The only book-length investigation of the Indiana Constitution, this volume provides a realistic perspective on the formation and evolutionary change of the constitutiona#39;s provisions.


Title:The Indiana State Constitution
Author:William P. McLauchlan
Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group - 1996-01-01
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