The North Carolina State Constitution: With History and Commentary
In The North Carolina State Constitution, originally published in 1993, John Orth provides a definitive study of the historical context and significant features of each of the state's three successive constitutions.
The book begins with a
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North Carolina Constitution and Commentary
Declaration of Rights
Homesteads and Exemptions
Punishments Corrections and Charities
Conventions Constitutional Amendment and Revision
Notes to Part II
Suffrage and Eligibility to Office
Table of Cases
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