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comparison: the present, the proposed Kentucky constitutions.

Kentucky.

comparison: the present, the proposed Kentucky constitutions.

by Kentucky.

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Published by Legislative Research Commission in Frankfort .
Written in English


Edition Notes

The proposed constitution was submitted by the 1966 General Assembly for ratification by the people.

Other titlesThe present, the proposed Kentucky constitutions.
StatementPrepared by James T. Fleming and John E. Reeves.
SeriesKentucky. General Assembly. Legislative Research Commission. Informational bulletin, no. 52, Informational bulletin (Kentucky. General Assembly. Legislative Research Commission) ;, no. 52.
ContributionsFleming, James T., Reeves, John Estill, joint author., Kentucky. General Assembly.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFK1227 .A154 no. 52
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 131 p.
Number of Pages131
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5562778M
LC Control Number67063143
OCLC/WorldCa1872165

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