Alabama Constitution: 100 Years of Controversy | Vol. 10: Reform and the Media: What Role for Journalists?
Alabama Constitution: 100 Years of Controversy is a series originally recorded on VHS that features historians and other experts exploring different aspects of the Alabama Constitution of 1901. The original VHS set was made up of 15 tapes; the Library received 11 episodes as a donation. One tape (with episode 7) was unable to be played or digitized. The other 10 episodes are available for streaming and download.
Alabama. Constitution (1901), Constitutional history -- Alabama, Alabama -- Politics and government
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Data discs containing the content from the original VHS tapes are housed in the Houston Cole Library Alabama Gallery.
Blalock, Bob; Coleman, Frances; and Fleming, John, "Alabama Constitution: 100 Years of Controversy | Vol. 10: Reform and the Media: What Role for Journalists?" (2001). Alabama History & Culture. 4.