ERA, May a State Change Its Vote?
Wayne State University Press, 1978 - Constitutional amendments - 170 pages
Explores legal principles, arguments, and precedents that pertain to the issue of whether a state may legally revoke its own previous vote to ratify a constitutional amendment
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