Chapter XII. Constitutions of the New England States

1907 The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science  
It becomes obvious that in a comparative study of state constitutions, the set in force in New England should be studied separately, because of the numerous peculiarities found in these ancient constitutions. The latest of these has served two generations, and the oldest was written in the midst of the Revolution.'
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