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The executive, legislative, and judicial branches of North Carolina government struggle to define the extent of their powers.
The issue is how much power the judicial branch should have over legislation.
Kenan Professor of Law John V. Orth edits a transcript of the proceedings of the Constitutional Convention of 1868 on the day delegates decided voters should have the right to elect their judges.
John V. Orth, Kenan Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, traces the development of the North Carolina Constitution.