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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
Language
eng
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Carney, John P
Dewey number
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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  • 31223002771443
  • 31223901587189
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
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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
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unmediated
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rdamedia
Media type code
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
  • 31223002771443
  • 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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