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  Partner: UNT Libraries
 Department: Department of Government
 Decade: 1950-1959
 Year: 1951
 Collection: UNT Theses and Dissertations
An Analysis of the Trend Away from the Traditional Democratic Party in Texas Presidential Elections, 1932-1948

An Analysis of the Trend Away from the Traditional Democratic Party in Texas Presidential Elections, 1932-1948

Date: 1951
Creator: Barnebey, Malcolm Richard
Description: The purpose of this paper will be to look into the election returns to find some of the factors which have caused the trend of voters shifting away from the Democratic party towards the Republican party in presidential elections.
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Legislative Trends in the Delegation of School Powers in Texas

Legislative Trends in the Delegation of School Powers in Texas

Date: August 1951
Creator: Light, Robert W.
Description: The delegation of powers by the Legislature in carrying out school laws has always been a function of that body. In 1929 Justice Walker, in the case of Richardson v. Liberty Independent School District, stated that all powers possessed by school districts have been delegated by the Legislature. The same is true in respect to the powers possessed by the State Board of Education and the county boards of education. All these divisions have been created by law and all their powers delegated by the Legislature.By this study the writer will try to show what trend the Legislature has taken in the delegation of powers concerning,schools. In this study the solution of the following questions will be sought: 1. Is there a tendency toward more delegation of power to the state level of administration? 2. Is there a tendency in the Legislature to give more power to county and local units in the school system? 3. Is the Legislature inclining toward exercising more power on its own initiative? By the study of laws passed by the Legislature delegating powers and retaining powers, these problems can be answered and a definite trend shown.
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The Nature and Scope of the Treaty-Making Power

The Nature and Scope of the Treaty-Making Power

Date: 1951
Creator: Foshee, Donald A.
Description: It is the purpose of this study to determine the scope of the powers of the national government in view of the existence of the treaty-making power. The primary objective is to determine what strength the internal prohibitions of the Constitution against action by the national government have in the face of the external powers recognized to exist by International Law and the Supreme Court of the United States.
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Religious Freedom of Jehovah's Witnesses

Religious Freedom of Jehovah's Witnesses

Date: 1951
Creator: Meadows, E. H.
Description: The author has tried to show in this study the broad applications laid down by the Supreme Court in its decisions dealing with Jehovah's Witnesses. The tolerance used by the Supreme Court in working out the immense problems created by this sect at such a critical period, shows how tolerance builds strength rather than lessens it.
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The Systematic Exclusion of Negroes from Jury Service

The Systematic Exclusion of Negroes from Jury Service

Date: 1951
Creator: Cogdill, John L.
Description: It is the purpose of this paper to present the historical record of Negro service on grand and petit juries in the United States, as that record is revealed by decisions of both state and federal courts; particularly the decisions of the United States Supreme Court. It is the desire of this treatise that such record shall be presented fairly. Finally, it is the aim of this document to present this historical record of cases in such a manner as to allow the prediction of certain potential developments visible in the course of justice. This then is a presentation of the record of the systematic exclusion of the Negro race in the matter of service on grand and petit juries in the United States, and with especial attention to the State of Texas.
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