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Skinner's Butte cross issue

 Collection — Multiple Collection Box: [SFM 018] 1
Identifier: SFM 018

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The Skinner's Butte Cross Issue - A study of its Legality, Bargainability, and Future Influenced, Dec 9, 1969. Student authors essay outlining the chronological events surrounding the Skinner's Butte Cross controversy and the ensuing pro/con arguments.


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Student enrolled in an Introduction to Law course at the University of Oregon.


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Essay by two students which outlines the chronological events surrounding the Skinner Butte Cross controversy and the ensuing pro/con arguments, Dec. 9, 1969.

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Guide to the Skinner's Butte cross issue : a study of its legality, bargainability, and future influence, 1969 Dec. 9 / submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for Introduction to Law, FBE 226, Dr. L.W. Ross, University of Oregon, by Colby Howe & Robe
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Finding aid written in English.

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