This is the first book-length study of the constitution of the state of Kansas. Heller relates and analyzes the basic law of Kansas, gives the full text of the constitution with an article-by-article and section-by-section commentary, and provides a bibliographical essay and a table of cases, along with a general index. His account of populist and progressive successes (and failures) will be of interest to students, scholars, and any others dealing with the law, politics, and history of this important middle state.A Reference Guide Francis Howard Heller ... the legislature repeatedly directed that all property in the state be reappraised, the counties were reluctant to do so, fearing that any increase in assessment would work to their disadvantage.
|Title||:||The Kansas State Constitution|
|Author||:||Francis Howard Heller|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1992-01-01|