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for Popular Government Vol. 2 Issue 1, Nov 1934
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This article is a review of government, how it functions, and about the individuals who get elected. Each department and its respective responsibilities of the state government are defined. State officials, members of the Institute of Government, and citizens leading volunteer organizations are pictured.
Capus M. Waynick was a member of the State Senate and the Chairman of the Joint Legislative Committee on Constitutional Amendments in the General Assembly of 1933. As part of a two piece debate over revisions to the state constitution, Mr. Waynick offered the pro argument for amending the state constitution.
Mr. Moore presented evidence to counter Mr. Waynick's argument to rework the state constitution in part two of the debate. Mr. Moore served as a member of State Senate for New Bern and was also a member of the Joint Legislative Committee on Constitutional Amendments in the General Assembly of 1933.