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Some postulated effects of learning on constitutional behavior

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This is a revised portion of a paper entitled “Constitutional Decision-Making: A Logic for the Organization of Collective Enterprises,” presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meetings, May 4, 1968. The author would like to thank the Water Resources Research Center, Indiana University, for financial assistance received in the preparation of that paper. The author would also like to acknowledge the helpful comments of H. Scott Gordon, John Gillespie, Dennis Gilliam, Phillip Gregg, Robert Bish and Brian Loveman on that earlier paper.