Constitutional issues constituted an important sector conducted by the Polish Socialist Party election campaign for Parliament in 1947. Socialists turned to specialists to analyze specific topics. Professor G. Langrod sent a study entitled: Remarks on the problem of government and self-government administration in Poland, in which he answers the following questions: what is the role of self-government in administration, what is the position of national councils in local government and government administration according to the legislation in force, what is the role of the administrative judiciary for the self-government, what are the conclusions for the reform? This study was over 70 years of ad acta. Its edition is needed. It is not known to the literature or judicature, although it contains many general thoughts, having a historical and comparative foundation; timeless thoughts, retaining current. Everyone who deals with constitutional law and administrative law should read it.