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for Popular Government Vol. 3 Issue 6, Mar 1936
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Mr. McGalliard reviews legislation concerning a widow's dower should her husband die owning land. A wife's rights regarding inheritance of her husband's property remained antiquated in 1936 North Carolina and similar policies had been abolished in other states.
Mr. Gardner reflects on reasons people avoid serving their civic duty of being on a jury. Filling juries was problematic because annually three thousand people are required in the one hundred counties to serve on grand juries for the Superior Court system.