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Constitution of the State of North Carolina and Copy of the Act of the General Assembly Entitled An Act to Amend the Constitution of the State of North Carolina   By:

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In the dense and intricate landscape of legal literature, there are few works that possess the timeless significance and foundational importance as the Constitution of the State of North Carolina and Copy of the Act of the General Assembly Entitled An Act to Amend the Constitution of the State of North Carolina.

This book compiles the essential documents that form North Carolina's constitutional framework, providing citizens and scholars alike with a comprehensive reference for understanding and interpreting the state's fundamental laws. Distilling the collective wisdom and aspirations of the people, this tome serves as the bedrock upon which the state's governance and legal system securely stand.

The Constitution of the State of North Carolina occupies a central position within this collection, flawlessly encapsulating the principles that underpin the state's democracy. Spanning various subjects, it outlines the powers and responsibilities of the branches of government, safeguards civil liberties, and establishes the framework for a just and equitable society. Reading through its articles, one cannot help but be struck by the visionary foresight and enduring relevance of its provisions, which have stood the test of time and shaped North Carolina for over two centuries.

Accompanying this seminal document is the Act of the General Assembly to Amend the Constitution, which reflects the State's capacity for adaptation and self-improvement. As societal values evolve and new challenges emerge, this act illustrates North Carolina's commitment to addressing and rectifying any shortcomings in its original constitutional text. It showcases the state's responsiveness to change, ensuring that the Constitution remains a living document that resonates with new generations of citizens.

Beyond its historical and legal significance, this book's value also lies in its practicality. Comprehensive footnotes and annotations guide readers through complex legal terms and ambiguities, making it accessible to both legal professionals and interested laypeople. Additionally, the inclusion of historical context and case citations further enriches the reader's understanding, providing a nuanced perspective on the Constitution's interpretation and application throughout North Carolina's history.

One of the book's notable strengths is its clear and concise organization, which allows for easy navigation and reference. Whether one seeks to grasp the broader principles enshrined in the Constitution or conduct a detailed analysis of specific articles, the logical arrangement enables readers to swiftly locate the information they seek. This layout makes the book an invaluable resource for legal practitioners, academics, and anyone seeking a deeper understanding of North Carolina's legal framework.

While this book is undeniably essential for legal professionals and scholars, it also holds immense value for all North Carolina citizens. In an era of increasing political awareness and civic engagement, it empowers individuals to grasp the underlying principles that shape their government and society. By promoting a better understanding of our basic rights and responsibilities as citizens, this book serves as a catalyst for active participation and informed decision-making.

In conclusion, the Constitution of the State of North Carolina and Copy of the Act of the General Assembly Entitled An Act to Amend the Constitution of the State of North Carolina is far more than a mere compilation of legal texts. It stands as a testimony to the resilience of democratic principles, the adaptability of legal systems, and the power of transformative ideas. It is a vital resource for all those seeking to fully comprehend the foundations on which North Carolina's government, rights, and liberties rest.

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CONSTITUTION

OF THE

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

AND COPY OF THE ACT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, ENTITLED

AN ACT TO AMEND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

(CHAPTER 81, PUBLIC LAWS, EXTRA SESSION OF 1913)

ISSUED FROM THE OFFICE OF THE

SECRETARY OF STATE RALEIGH

BY AUTHORITY OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY

RALEIGH

EDWARDS & BROUGHTON PRINTING COMPANY STATE PRINTERS AND BINDERS 1914

Received through the Bureau for Municipal Research

By direction of the General Assembly, this pamphlet is furnished for distribution to, and the information of, citizens of the State of North Carolina. It contains the Constitution of the State of North Carolina as it now stands, and shows, on page 39 and the pages following, the proposed amendments, and a copy of the official ballot. Additional copies of this pamphlet may be had upon application to the County Clerk of Court, or to the Secretary of State, Raleigh.

CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

PREAMBLE.

[Sidenote: Preamble.]

We, the people of the State of North Carolina, grateful to Almighty God, the Sovereign Ruler of Nations, for the preservation of the American Union, and the existence of our civil, political and religious liberties, and acknowledging our dependence upon Him for the continuance of those blessings to us and our posterity, do for the more certain security thereof, and for the better government of this State, ordain and establish this Constitution:

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