Modern political institutions, by Simeon E. Baldwin ...
- Other records:
- Boston : Little, Brown and company, 1898.
4 p.l., 387 p. ; 21 cm.
- Constitutions, State -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government.
The centenary of modern government.
The first century's changes in our state constitutions.
Absolute power, an American institution.
The exemption of the accused from examination in criminal proceedings.
Freedom of incorporation.
The decadence of the legal fiction.
The recognition of habitual criminals as a class to be treated by itself.
The defence by the state of suits attacking testamentary charities.
Salaries for members of the legislature.
Permanent courts for international arbitration.
The Monroe doctrine in 1898.
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