The Delaware state constitution /

"The Delaware State Constitution is the first state constitution drafted by a convention composed of popularly elected representatives, and it is rich with history and tradition. The Delaware Bill of Rights has remained almost exactly the same since 1792, and it has enacted specific provisions...

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Main Author: Holland, Randy J. (Randy James), 1947-
Corporate Author: Delaware
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2017
Edition:Second edition
Series:Oxford commentaries on the state constitutions of the United States
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Table of Contents:
  • Foreword / E. Norman Veasey
  • THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE DELAWARE CONSTITUTION: The Constitution of 1776
  • The Constitution of 1792
  • The Constitution of 1831
  • The convention and failed constitution of 1853
  • Delaware in the middle and late nineteenth century
  • The Convention and Constitution of 1897
  • Constitutional change in the twentieth century
  • THE DELAWARE CONSTITUTION AND COMMENTARY: Preamble
  • Article I. Bill of rights
  • Article II. Legislature
  • Article III. Executive
  • Article IV. Judiciary
  • Article V. Elections
  • Article VI. Impeachment and treason
  • Article VII. Pardons
  • Article VIII. Revenue and taxation
  • Article IX. Corporations
  • Article X. Education
  • Article XI. Agriculture
  • Article XII. Health (repealed)
  • Article XIII. Local option
  • Article XIV. Oath of office
  • Article XV. Miscellaneous
  • Article XVI. Amendments and conventions
  • Article XVII. Continuity of governmental operations
  • Schedule