Senator Everett Dirksen, “S.J. Res. 185, Proposing an amendment to the Constitution to reserve to each State exclusive power to determine the composition of its legislature and the apportionment of the membership thereof,” 1964, from the Senator John J. Williams papers

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Trail to the Voting Booth

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Senator Everett Dirksen. "Senator Everett Dirksen, “S.J. Res. 185, Proposing an amendment to the Constitution to reserve to each State exclusive power to determine the composition of its legislature and the apportionment of the membership thereof,” 1964, from the Senator John J. Williams papers." Senator John J. Williams papers, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, Museums and Press. Accessed 14 June 2024.
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Senator Everett Dirksen, "S.J. Res. 185, Proposing an amendment to the Constitution to reserve to each State exclusive power to determine the composition of its legislature and the apportionment of the membership thereof," 1964, Senator John J. Williams papers

Identifier

MSS0127/S1e/B46/F459/sjres_185_legislative_apportionment.pdf

Creator

Senator Everett Dirksen

Title

S.J. Res. 185, Proposing an amendment to the Constitution to reserve to each State exclusive power to determine the composition of its legislature and the apportionment of the membership thereof

Date

1964

Source

Senator John J. Williams papers, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, Museums and Press

Publisher

University of Delaware Library, Museums and Press

Type

Document

Format

pdf

Language

English (US)

Subject

Apportionment Close