1951-1955 Citizenship Bull. 1 (1951-1955)

handle is hein.journals/citzbull1 and id is 1 raw text is: CITIZENSHIP-QUARTERL Y RULLETIN
DISTRIBUTED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE STANDING COMMITFEE ON
AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP OF THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
JOHN C. COOPER, Chairman
ROBERT V. BOLGER                      LON HOCKER
CHARLEs E. DUNBAR, JR.                SIDNEY G. KUSWORM
HERBERT F. GOODRICH                   RICHARD S. MUNTER
September 1951
Edited by: JOHN C. COOPER, 240 Nassau St., Princeton, N. J.
Table of Contents
Foreword   .......................................................... 3
Obligation of the bar to promote public understanding of our Constitution
and form of government   ......................................... 5
Activities of Standing Committee on American Citizenship of the American
Bar Association  ................................................. 8
A. Publication of quarterly Bulletins.............................. 8
B. Study of state statutes requiring teaching of the Constitution of the
United States, history of the United States, and related subjects...... 10
C. Sixth National Conference on Citizenship ........................ 11
D. Address of chairman before Maryland State Bar Association......... 12
Subjects for Citizenship Programs ..................................... 12
A. Constitution Day, Sept. 17, 1951 ................................ 12
B. Thanksgiving Day 1951    ....................................... 13
C. Responsibility of the citizen as a juror .......................... 15
Activities of State and Local Bar Associations ........................... 19
Mississippi State Bar Association  .................................. 19
Pennsylvania Bar Association and Philadelphia Bar Association ........ 21
Tennessee, Bar Association of  ................................   . 24
Texas, State Bar of  ............................................ 25
Citizenship Source Material ............................. ............ 27
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[Nothing herein contained shall be construed as the action of the American Bar Association
unless the same shall have been first approved by the House of Delegates or the Board of
Governors.]

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