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The doctrine of interposition, its history and application : a report on Senate joint resolution 3, General Assembly of Virginia, 1956 [interposing the sovereignty of Virginia against encroachment upon the reserved powers of this State] and related matters.

Title:The doctrine of interposition, its history and application : a report on Senate joint resolution 3, General Assembly of Virginia, 1956 [interposing the sovereignty of Virginia against encroachment upon the reserved powers of this State] and related matters.
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Note:[Richmond] : Commonwealth of Virginia Division of Purchase and Print, 1957
  
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Subject:Constitutional law
Subject:Segregation in education
Subject:States' rights (American politics)
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