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in mimeograph form to the delegates before the Convention debated the provisions of the proposed Judicial Article. These proceedings are reproduced in this volume. Each person who appeared before the Committee was given an opportunity to go over his material. The only changes permitted and made were those relating to style and grammar, or to insure smoothness; otherwise the record is as it was taken down.
The executive sessions were closed meetings. No record was made in order to insure the fullest possible discussion. This made possible a free exchange of views and undoubtedly resulted in bringing the great majority of the Committee members into agreement on all major provisions.
The index to these proceedings will appear at the close of Volume V.
Sidney Goldmann Herman Crystal Editors
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