United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan oral histories: 1992-2013
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Michigan Constitutional Convention Files 1961-1962 [series]

The Michigan Constitutional Convention series (1.75 linear feet) contains information pertaining to the Constitutional Convention called in Michigan in 1961. This was the first Constitutional Convention called in Michigan since 1907. James K. Pollock and other Institute of Public Administration faculty were actively involved in the Constitutional Convention and the Institute published two monographs on the subject. Information about Pollock's activities in the Constitutional Convention, as well as materials pertaining to citizen advisory groups on various topics ranging from taxation to education, are included in this series. Detailed information regarding citizens' views about the revision of the Michigan Constitution is located in the subseries Questionnaires for Con-Con Nominees.

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James K. Pollock Notes on Con-Con Meetings 1961-1962 (17 folders)
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Seminar on the New Michigan Constitution of Higher Education 1965
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Questionnaires for Con-Con Nominees 1961
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Study Committee on Constitutional Revision (2 folders)
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Constitutional Convention-Citizens' Advisory Committee on Finance and Taxation
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Constitutional Convention-Citizens' Advisory Committee on the Executive Department
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Constitutional Convention-Other Citizens' Advisory Committees
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Constitutional Convention-Task Force Committee on Education