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The Resource California and United States Governments : readings and documents, John P. Carney [and] William M. Alexander, editors, with the collaboration of Helmut Bader [and] Edgar F. Love

California and United States Governments : readings and documents, John P. Carney [and] William M. Alexander, editors, with the collaboration of Helmut Bader [and] Edgar F. Love

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California and United States Governments : readings and documents
Title
California and United States Governments
Title remainder
readings and documents
Statement of responsibility
John P. Carney [and] William M. Alexander, editors, with the collaboration of Helmut Bader [and] Edgar F. Love
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Contributor
Subject
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eng
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Carney, John P
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320.9/794
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
JK8725 1967
LC item number
.C3
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1912-
  • 1917-1970
  • 1757-1804
  • 1751-1836
  • 1743-1826
  • 1880-1936
  • 1902-1995
  • 1907-2003
  • 1893-1950
  • 1908-1973
  • 1911-2003
  • 1872-1964
  • 1896-1978
  • 1916-1962
  • 1905-1996
  • 1927-2013
  • 1907-1980
  • 1908-1985
  • 1903-1960
  • 1909-1998
  • 1916-1976
  • 1912-1987
  • 1894-1971
  • 1905-1995
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Alexander, William Marvin
  • Bader, Helmut
  • Love, Edgar F
  • Heilbroner, Robert L
  • Rossiter, Clinton
  • Levin, Murray Burton
  • Hamilton, Alexander
  • Madison, James
  • Jefferson, Thomas
  • McBain, Howard Lee
  • Caughey, John Walton
  • Engelbert, Ernest A
  • Gunnell, John G
  • Fellman, David
  • Bryce, James
  • Laski, Harold J.
  • Johnson, Lyndon B.
  • Smith, Richard Austin
  • Meiklejohn, Alexander
  • Sorensen, Theodore C
  • Moring, Relman
  • Anderson, Totton James
  • Lee, Eugene C
  • Jaffa, Harry V
  • Gable, Richard W
  • Wernick, Robert
  • Abramson, Martin
  • Seabury, Paul
  • Casstevens, Thomas W
  • Peel, Roy V.
  • Cohen, Wallace F
  • Miller, Clem
  • Long, Clarence C
  • Hanley, Robert E
  • Burns, James MacGregor
  • Moyers, Bill D
  • Brown, Edmund G.
  • Lewis, Anthony
  • Rodell, Fred
  • Jenner, William E.
  • Hennings, Thomas C.
  • Goldwater, Barry M.
  • Gordon, Kermit
  • Poland, Orville F
  • Cottingham, Clement
  • Amundson, Robert
  • Rustin, Bayard
  • Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich
  • Shao, Tieh-chen
  • Fulbright, J. William
  • California
  • California
  • California
  • AFL-CIO
  • California Constitution Revision Commission (1963-1974)
  • American Assembly
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  • California.
  • California
  • California
  • Apportionment (Election law)
  • Civil rights
  • Lobbyists
  • Elections
  • Courts
  • Poverty
  • Watts Riot, Los Angeles, Calif., 1965
  • California
  • United States
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California and United States Governments : readings and documents, John P. Carney [and] William M. Alexander, editors, with the collaboration of Helmut Bader [and] Edgar F. Love
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31223901587189
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volume
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nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface -- Ch. I. American democracy: ideals and realities. 1. The unique American experience by Robert L. Heilbroner -- 2. The American democratic ideal by Clinton Rossiter -- 3. How real is the ideal? by Murray B. Levin -- Ch. II. Constitutions of the United States and California. A. Constitution of the United States. 4. Basic principles: selected Federalist papers by Alexander Hamilton and James Madison -- 5. Should the Founding Fathers be able to bind succeeding generations? by Thomas Jefferson -- 6. Flexibility of the Constitution by Howard Lee McBain -- B. California's Constitution. 7. California's second Constitution by John W. Caughey -- 8. The need for revision of California's Constitution by Ernert Engelbert and John Gunnell -- 9. The 1966 revision of California's Constitution -- 10. What should a state constitution contain? by David Fellman -- Ch. III. Federalism: California and the nation. A. Advantages and disadvantages of federalism. 11. Merits of the federal system by James Bryce -- 12. Obsolescence of federalism by Harold J. Laski -- B. Contemporary federalism. 13. Cooperative federalism applied to urban problems by Lyndon B. Johnson -- 14. Un-conditional sharing of federal tax revenues with the states -- C. Federalism and California. 15. California's relations with the West and the nation by Ernest A. Engelbert -- Impact of federal spending in California by Assembly Interim Committee on Ways and means -- 17. Los Angeles: prototype of supervity by Richard Austin Smith -- Ch. IV. Civil liberties and their protection. A. Right to advocate and dissent. 18. Free speech and self government by Alexander Meiklejohn -- 19. Error of opinion may be tolerated by Thomas Jefferson -- 20. The rate of dissent by Theodore C. Sorenson [i.e. Sorensen] -- B. Equal citizenship in America. 21. Ten years after the ruling by Relman Moring -- 22. Analysis of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by AFL-CIO -- 23. Voting Rights Act of 1965 validated: South Carolina vs. Katzenbach, March 7, 1966 -- C. Equal citizenship: California. 24. Civil rights in California law -- 25. Proposition 14. Initiative Constitutional Amendment -- 26. Vote on Proposition 14 by Totton J. Anderson and Eugene C. Lee. -- 27. Right to rent or purchase a home: Mulkey vs. Reitman, May 10, 1966, California Supreme Court -- Ch. V. Parties, interest groups, and elections. A. Political parties and interest groups. 28. Nature of American parties by Harry V. Jaffa -- 29. Political interest groups as policy shapers by Richard W. Gable -- B. Electioneering. 30. The perfect candidate by Robert Wernick -- 31. Want to be elected? by Martin Abramson -- 32. The real story of the 1964 election returns -- 33. The 1966 Congressional and gubernatorial elections in maps -- C. California politics. 34. The antic politics of California by Paul Seabury -- 35. California lobbyists, an article from the Los Angeles Times -- 36. Reflections on the initiative process in California politics by Thomas W. Casstevens -- D. The 1966 elections in California. 37. The California elections of 1966 by Roy V. Peel -- 38. California ballot issues-1966 by Wallace F. Cohen -- 39. California sample ballot -- Ch. VI. Congress and the California Legislature. A. Congress at work. 40. Congressional committees in action by Clem Miller -- 41. Observations of freshman congressman by Clarence C. Long -- B. California's legislature. 42. The job of a California state legislator by the California Constitutional Revision Commission -- 43. Reapportionment of the California Senate by Robert H. Hanley -- 44. To improve state legislatures from the Twenty-Ninth American Assembly -- Ch. VII. The Presidency. 45. The presidency: power and paradox by James McGregor Burns -- 46. Inner workings of the White House by Bill D. Moyers -- 47. Executive agreements on inability -- 48. The Twenty-Fifth Amendment -- B. The California Governor. 49. The job of being Governor of California by Edmund G. (Pat) Brown -- 50. Organization of the California Executive Branch -- Ch. VIII. The Judiciary: National and California. A. The National Judiciary. 51. How the Supreme Court reaches decisions by Anthony Lewis -- 52. How the Supreme Court is changing the United States from U.S. News and World Report -- 53. The Warren court by Fred Rodell -- 54. Should Congress curb the courts? Pro: Senator William E. Jenner; Con: Senator Thomas C. Hennings, Jr. -- B. The California Judiciary. 55. California's pioneering courts by Helmut Bader -- 56. Selection of judges in California from the California Constitution -- Ch. IX. Government and the general welfare. A. To eliminate poverty. 57. Special message on poverty by Lyndon b. Johnson -- 58. The Welfare State by Barry Goldwater -- B. To insure a strong economy. 59. Principles of economic policy by Lyndon B. Johnson -- 60. How much should government do? by Kermit Gordon -- 61. California state finances by Orville F. Poland and Clement Cottingham -- C. To eliminate prejudice. 62. Breakthrough in immigration by Robert H. Amundson -- 63. McCone Report on VIolent Protest in Watts by the McCone Commission -- 64. The Watts Manifesto and the McCone Report by Bayard Rustin -- Ch. X. American foreign relations. A. Presidential supremacy. 65. United States vs. Curtiss-Wright Export Corporation -- B. Cold War politics: end of bipolarism. 66. Peaceful coexistence by Nikita S. Khrushchev -- 67. Paper tiger by Shao Tieh-chen -- 68. Old myths and the new realities by J.W. Fulbright
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xi, 460 p.
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67023468
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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n
Other physical details
illus., maps
System control number
1974898
Label
California and United States Governments : readings and documents, John P. Carney [and] William M. Alexander, editors, with the collaboration of Helmut Bader [and] Edgar F. Love
Publication
Bar code
31223901587189
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface -- Ch. I. American democracy: ideals and realities. 1. The unique American experience by Robert L. Heilbroner -- 2. The American democratic ideal by Clinton Rossiter -- 3. How real is the ideal? by Murray B. Levin -- Ch. II. Constitutions of the United States and California. A. Constitution of the United States. 4. Basic principles: selected Federalist papers by Alexander Hamilton and James Madison -- 5. Should the Founding Fathers be able to bind succeeding generations? by Thomas Jefferson -- 6. Flexibility of the Constitution by Howard Lee McBain -- B. California's Constitution. 7. California's second Constitution by John W. Caughey -- 8. The need for revision of California's Constitution by Ernert Engelbert and John Gunnell -- 9. The 1966 revision of California's Constitution -- 10. What should a state constitution contain? by David Fellman -- Ch. III. Federalism: California and the nation. A. Advantages and disadvantages of federalism. 11. Merits of the federal system by James Bryce -- 12. Obsolescence of federalism by Harold J. Laski -- B. Contemporary federalism. 13. Cooperative federalism applied to urban problems by Lyndon B. Johnson -- 14. Un-conditional sharing of federal tax revenues with the states -- C. Federalism and California. 15. California's relations with the West and the nation by Ernest A. Engelbert -- Impact of federal spending in California by Assembly Interim Committee on Ways and means -- 17. Los Angeles: prototype of supervity by Richard Austin Smith -- Ch. IV. Civil liberties and their protection. A. Right to advocate and dissent. 18. Free speech and self government by Alexander Meiklejohn -- 19. Error of opinion may be tolerated by Thomas Jefferson -- 20. The rate of dissent by Theodore C. Sorenson [i.e. Sorensen] -- B. Equal citizenship in America. 21. Ten years after the ruling by Relman Moring -- 22. Analysis of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by AFL-CIO -- 23. Voting Rights Act of 1965 validated: South Carolina vs. Katzenbach, March 7, 1966 -- C. Equal citizenship: California. 24. Civil rights in California law -- 25. Proposition 14. Initiative Constitutional Amendment -- 26. Vote on Proposition 14 by Totton J. Anderson and Eugene C. Lee. -- 27. Right to rent or purchase a home: Mulkey vs. Reitman, May 10, 1966, California Supreme Court -- Ch. V. Parties, interest groups, and elections. A. Political parties and interest groups. 28. Nature of American parties by Harry V. Jaffa -- 29. Political interest groups as policy shapers by Richard W. Gable -- B. Electioneering. 30. The perfect candidate by Robert Wernick -- 31. Want to be elected? by Martin Abramson -- 32. The real story of the 1964 election returns -- 33. The 1966 Congressional and gubernatorial elections in maps -- C. California politics. 34. The antic politics of California by Paul Seabury -- 35. California lobbyists, an article from the Los Angeles Times -- 36. Reflections on the initiative process in California politics by Thomas W. Casstevens -- D. The 1966 elections in California. 37. The California elections of 1966 by Roy V. Peel -- 38. California ballot issues-1966 by Wallace F. Cohen -- 39. California sample ballot -- Ch. VI. Congress and the California Legislature. A. Congress at work. 40. Congressional committees in action by Clem Miller -- 41. Observations of freshman congressman by Clarence C. Long -- B. California's legislature. 42. The job of a California state legislator by the California Constitutional Revision Commission -- 43. Reapportionment of the California Senate by Robert H. Hanley -- 44. To improve state legislatures from the Twenty-Ninth American Assembly -- Ch. VII. The Presidency. 45. The presidency: power and paradox by James McGregor Burns -- 46. Inner workings of the White House by Bill D. Moyers -- 47. Executive agreements on inability -- 48. The Twenty-Fifth Amendment -- B. The California Governor. 49. The job of being Governor of California by Edmund G. (Pat) Brown -- 50. Organization of the California Executive Branch -- Ch. VIII. The Judiciary: National and California. A. The National Judiciary. 51. How the Supreme Court reaches decisions by Anthony Lewis -- 52. How the Supreme Court is changing the United States from U.S. News and World Report -- 53. The Warren court by Fred Rodell -- 54. Should Congress curb the courts? Pro: Senator William E. Jenner; Con: Senator Thomas C. Hennings, Jr. -- B. The California Judiciary. 55. California's pioneering courts by Helmut Bader -- 56. Selection of judges in California from the California Constitution -- Ch. IX. Government and the general welfare. A. To eliminate poverty. 57. Special message on poverty by Lyndon b. Johnson -- 58. The Welfare State by Barry Goldwater -- B. To insure a strong economy. 59. Principles of economic policy by Lyndon B. Johnson -- 60. How much should government do? by Kermit Gordon -- 61. California state finances by Orville F. Poland and Clement Cottingham -- C. To eliminate prejudice. 62. Breakthrough in immigration by Robert H. Amundson -- 63. McCone Report on VIolent Protest in Watts by the McCone Commission -- 64. The Watts Manifesto and the McCone Report by Bayard Rustin -- Ch. X. American foreign relations. A. Presidential supremacy. 65. United States vs. Curtiss-Wright Export Corporation -- B. Cold War politics: end of bipolarism. 66. Peaceful coexistence by Nikita S. Khrushchev -- 67. Paper tiger by Shao Tieh-chen -- 68. Old myths and the new realities by J.W. Fulbright
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xi, 460 p.
Lccn
67023468
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illus., maps
System control number
1974898

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