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CONSTITUTIOANL CONVENTION

BULLETIN No. 14

Social and Economic Problems

OF THE STATE OF

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26TH

1818

Compiled and Published by the LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU

Springfield, Illinois

(Printed by authority of the State of Minois.]

LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU.

GOVERNOR FRANK O. LOWDEN, Chairman. SENATOR EDWARD C. Curtis, Grant Park. SENATOR RICHARD J. BARR, Joliet. REPRESENTATIVE EDWARD J. SMEJKAL, Chicago. REPRESENTATIVE WILLIAM P. HOLADAY, Danville.

E. J. VERLIE, Secretary.
W. F. Dodd, in charge collection of data for

constitutional convention.

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