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10456
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Griffin recounts the life of James Iredell, Sr. -- patriot of the Revolution, state judge, state attorney general, and United States Supreme Court justice.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 25 Issue 1, May 1967, p17-18, 30-31, il, por
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12533
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The late Lloyd E. Griffin, former schoolteacher; Harvard Law School graduate; state senator, who, with a small group of senators, saved the North Carolina public schools in 1933; and a founding member of the North Carolina Citizens Association, an organization which he led for twenty-five years, is remembered in this editorial.
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3356
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In 1919, the best pistol shots in the Allied armies met in competition at LeMans, France. The American team won, and team member Lloyd E. Griffin of Edenton was one of the world's top three shooters. He died in 1987 at age 94.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 57 Issue 11, Apr 1990, p29, por
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30412
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The United States Supreme Court has concluded that in the field of public education, 'separate but equal' no longer has a place, and segregation of children based on color has a detrimental effect. North Carolina now faces adjustment to the new legislation with number of students in schools, training of teachers and financial obligations.
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31409
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In December 1936, under Federal compulsion, North Carolina passed a far reaching bill to provide that taxes be levied on the payrolls of state employers, and benefits put into a reserve fund for the unemployed. A new federal bill, HR 8282, proposes to federalize such programs and put them in the hands of the Labor Department and do away with experience rating and provide that employers pay nearly triple the current rate.
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10461
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Griffin examines how the state has grown over the past twenty years in such areas as population, homes, farms, farm employment, manufacturing, highways, and education.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 25 Issue 6, Nov 1967, p81-83, 170-172, il