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The creation of Congressman X : a look at the Louisiana Congressional delegation by Leigh A. Riddell

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Thesis -- Sweet Briar College, 2002.

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A senior honor thesis (approved with highest honors), Department of Government and International Affairs, Sweet Briar College.

StatementLeigh A. Riddell
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Pagination88 leaves;
Number of Pages88
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