Education: At Charlottesville

Governor Harry Flood Byrd, brother of Flyer Byrd, stood in the open air amphitheatre at the University of Virginia (Charlottesville, Va.). Behind him were distant backgrounds of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Before him were fellow Virginians and assembled dele gates to the newly established Institute of Public Affairs. Governor Byrd, following the purpose of the Institute to discuss U. S. political problems, spoke of re-organization of state and county governments, stressed the necessity for removal of legal deadwood. He suggested one session of every legislature in the country devoted solely to re pealing...

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