Alaska-Hawaii Statehood, Elective Governor, and Commonwealth Status: Hearings Before the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Eighty-fourth Congress, First Session, on S. 49, a Bill to Enable the People of Hawaii and Alaska Each to Form a Constitution and State Government and to be Admitted Into the Union on an Equal Footing with the Original States; S.399, a Bill to Provide that the Governor and the Secretary of the Territory of Alaska Shall be Elected by the People of that Territory; S. 402, a Bill to Provide for the Election of the Governor and Secretary of the Territory of Hawaii by the People of the Territory; for the Appointment by the Governor of the Justices and Judges of the Courts of the Territory; and for the Formation of a Constitutional Government by the People of the Territory and Proposals for Commonwealth Status ...

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