Dirksen opinion

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It had become clear that Everett Dirksen, who in the previous Congress had been absorbed in the battles over the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and so had seen fit to let S. J. Res. 139 move unimpeded toward Senate passage, was now focused on its successor, S. J. Res. 1, emphatically taking the position Keating had for an enabling amendment only.

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Dirksen, Everett McKinley. "Dirksen opinion." Birch Bayh Senatorial Papers, Modern Political Papers, Indiana University Libraries. Accessed 20 April 2019. http://acsc.lib.udel.edu/items/show/64.

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Title

Dirksen opinion

Subject

Constitutional amendments. Presidents -- Succession -- United States.

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It had become clear that Everett Dirksen, who in the previous Congress had been absorbed in the battles over the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and so had seen fit to let S. J. Res. 139 move unimpeded toward Senate passage, was now focused on its successor, S. J. Res. 1, emphatically taking the position Keating had for an enabling amendment only.

Creator

Dirksen, Everett McKinley

Source

Birch Bayh Senatorial Papers, Modern Political Papers, Indiana University Libraries

Publisher

Association of Centers for the Study of Congress

Date

1965

Contributor

Modern Political Papers, Indiana University Libraries

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English

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