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Background study Article V / Constitutional Revision Commision ; prepared by Thomas Gee

Corporate Author: California Constitution Revision Commission (1993-1996)
Language(s): English
Published: San Franicsco, Calif. : Constitutional Revision Commision , 1965
Subjects: California. > Constitution (1879)
Constitutional history > California > Sources
Constitutional amendments > California
Constitutional law > California
Legislative power > California
Separation of powers > California
California > Officials and employees
Note: "April 20, 1965."--Letter of transmittal
"Enclosed is a background study relationg to Executive Powers and accompanying document, "Guide to Organization of the Executive Branch -- California State Government."--Letter of transmittal
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Physical Description: 50 leaves : 1 folded ill. ; 28 cm
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