2 edition of Constitutions of the United States, National and State found in the catalog.
Constitutions of the United States, National and State
Columbia University. Legislative Drafting Research Fund
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Genre/Form: Constitutions: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Constitutions of the United States, national and state (OCoLC) Material Type. US Constitutional Law (USC) provides a comprehensive research resource on the law, politics, and history of constitutionalism in the United States at the federal and state levels. Combining extensive primary materials with expert commentary, the service provides researchers with unparalleled access to the historical development of federal and.
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