4903>by Stephen F. Jones Since Georgia declared its independence in 1991, every year has been filled with tragedy, scandal, and public misery. At the same time, particularly since the elections and the new constitution of 1995, Georgia has begun to reassemble the state, reform government, and establish the legislative basis for democracy. In 1997, the […]

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