City Charter Making in Minnesota by.
City Charter Making in Minnesota by. William Anderson.
Early on in the Minnesota's history, the Legislature had direct control over the city charters that set the groundwork for governments in municipalities . a b Anderson, William (1922). City Charter Making in Minnesota.
Early on in the Minnesota's history, the Legislature had direct control over the city charters that set the groundwork for governments in municipalities across the state. In the early period, many laws were written for specific cities. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota.
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William March’s The Bad Seed has a grotesque quality in both plot and characters. The sentimentality of suburban life is sharply contrasted with random, startling violence. March presents to us a story that has shock value and terror as much as it does Freudian analysis and psychology. March presents to us a story that has shock value and terror as much as it does Freudian analysis and psychology
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According to Minnesota in Three Centuries, 1908, "Minnesota received its most widely know sobriquet, "The Gopher State," from the striped gopher, a common species throughout our prairie region. It seems that there was some discussion in the middle of the 19th century, before Minnesota became a state, about whether to call Minnesota "The Gopher State" or "The Beaver State. Opponents of "The Gopher State" called the striped gopher an insignificant animal with a destructive nature.