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Author(s): Albert Coates
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Number Of Pages: 314
Publication Date: 2017-11-07
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Excerpt from Popular Government, 1934, Vol. 1: Legislation General Assembly, 1933
It is with no little trepidation that the writer anticipates the presentation of this monograph to the public. In attempt ing to cover territory co-extensive with that covered by the recent legislature he has naturally ventured into many pastures in which his surroundings were passing strange and unfamiliar, and his observations are necessarily not always the most astute. His only justification is that all things must have a beginning; and this monograph is the beginning of a service which The Institute of Government believes will, in time, become of great value to the State. The Institute believes that in each future legislative year with a complete staff beginning work on the first day of the legislative session, it will be able to present within a short time after adjournment, a volume infinitely superior to this monograph, carrying. To the citizens and pub lic officers of the State a complete analysis of the significant handiwork of their legislature, reduced to its simplest terms and placed against the perennially lively background of human and civic affairs.
The aim of this monograph is fairly simple. It is to interpret (or, where there is no interpretation to be offered, merely. To summarize) the changes made in the statute law of the State by the 1933 legislature, and to present some of the problems which result from those changes. To present all of the problems and to place each law against a proper back ground, historical and current is beyond both the space limita tions of the monograph and the time available to the writer.
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