Captures the colorful story of the politics and personalities who created the new 1968 Constitution.
--St. Augustine Record
Suitable not only for those interested in Florida’s history but also for students, historians, and political scientists interested in how national and local issues combined in the twentieth century to produce political change. . . . A welcome addition to the literature on postwar state of constitutional change.
--Journal of Southern History
A lively account. . . . The extraordinary history of Florida’s 1968 constitution has finally been told in detailed, comprehensive, and poignant fashion.
--Florida Historical Quarterly