Constitutional Amendments Proposed

April 1968
Spectra;Apr1968, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p3
This article provides information on the approval of the amendments to the Speech Association of America (SAA) Constitution in the U.S. Final disposition of the proposed amendments will be determined by a full-membership mail ballot. The SAA directory contains the text of the constitution and by-laws.


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