Conflict and consensus: Creating the 1868 Mississippi constitution
Currie, James Tyson, Corcoran Department of History, University of Virginia
This is a study while dealing specifically with the development of a Reconstruction era constitution for Mississippi, has implications beyond the merely mechanical processes of constitution-making, and offers a broader field to the observer. While yet affording this overview, however, the constitution remains at the center of the paper.
MA (Master of Arts)
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