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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book:15, 1847, and concluded its labors on February 1, 1848. This second constitution was ratified by the people March 13, 1848, and the state was finally admitted by act of Congress approved May 29, 1848. Both constitutions prov1ded for the election of all judges by vote of the people. This provision does Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book:15, 1847, and concluded its labors on February 1, 1848. This second constitution was ratified by the people March 13, 1848, and the state was finally admitted by act of Congress approved May 29, 1848. Both constitutions prov1ded for the election of all judges by vote of the people. This provision does not seem in any respect singular to those who have been born and brought up under the elective system, yet the election of judges by the people was by no means a matter of course at that time; in fact it was a radical innovation on long established methods, a pioneer step in a field of experiment which was viewed with apprehension by many whose experience and wisdom entitled their opinions to seri- ou? consideration. From the earliest times in American history all judges had been appointed. Such was and still is the English method and when our federal constitution and the early state constitutions were adopted that method was generally followed with occasional variations giving the legislative arm of the government either the sole power of appointment or some share in that power. In a pamphlet by D.B. Eaton of New York, published in October, 1873,1 entitled "Should Judges be Elected" it is said of the appointive method that "up to 1846 no other method had existed for the selection of judges in the state of New York, in any other state of the Union or in any enlightened country of modern times." This sweeping declaration was not strictly accurate as we shall presently see; however, the exceptions had been so few prior to 1846 that no serious fault can be found with the substance of the statement. With the rapid development of the democratic spirit the sentiment in favor of electing the judiciary had been grow- 1Law Pamphlets, Vol. 9, Wis. State Library. ing since early. Books, Literary Collections~~General, The-Story-of-a-Great-Court~~John-Bradley-Winslow, 999999999, The Story of a Great Court (1912), John Bradley Winslow, 1104713861, Kessinger Publishing Company, , , , , Kessinger Publishing Company
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