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Quest for a Constitution: A Man Who Wouldn't Quit -- A Political Biography Samuel Witwer of Illinois by  Edward S  and GILBRETH - Signed First Edition - 1984 - from Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, ABAA and

Quest for a Constitution: A Man Who Wouldn't Quit -- A Political Biography Samuel Witwer of Illinois

by GERTZ, Elmer, and GILBRETH, Edward S

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Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1984. Hardcover. Small 4to. Blue cloth, dust jacket. xvi, 231pp. Illustrations. Very good/good plus. Signed by Gertz. First edition. Signed by Gertz on the front flyleaf with "All the best." Traces Witwer's long involvement in Illinois public affairs which reached a high point with the adoption of the 1970 Illinois Constitution.


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