A FEW FACTS AND REASONS WHY A CONVENTION SHOULD BE CALLED TO REVISE THE CONSTITUTION. PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE FREE DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEE.
Boston: White and Potter, 1852. 24pp. Stitched. Good+
The pamphlet presents a dispute over the apportionment of representatives in the State legislature. The Democrats urge a Convention to alter the system of representation, which unfairly diminishes the power of "agricultural towns" to the benefit of "large cities and flourishing towns."
Not in Sabin. Not uncommon in institutional holdings. Item #39078
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