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The Resource The politics of California : a book of readings, by David Farrelly and Ivan Hinderaker

The politics of California : a book of readings, by David Farrelly and Ivan Hinderaker

Label
The politics of California : a book of readings
Title
The politics of California
Title remainder
a book of readings
Statement of responsibility
by David Farrelly and Ivan Hinderaker
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Farrelly, David
Dewey number
979.4
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
LC call number
JK8736
LC item number
.F3
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1916-2007
  • 1891-1974
  • 1905-1980
  • 1910-
  • 1905-
  • 1896-
  • 1892-1993
  • 1905-
  • 1907-1998
  • 1906-
  • 1866-1956
  • 1886-1975
  • 1918-
  • 1912-
  • d. 1950
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hinderaker, Ivan
  • Warren, Earl
  • McWilliams, Carey
  • McHenry, Dean Eugene
  • Bemis, George W.
  • Muchmore, Don M
  • Titus, Charles Hickman
  • Nixon, Charles R
  • Beek, Joseph Allan
  • Wood, Fred. B
  • Barclay, Thomas S.
  • Beck, Julian
  • Crouch, Winston W.
  • Philbrick, Howard R.
  • Velie, Lester
  • Davenport, Frederick Morgan
  • Moley, Raymond
  • Hall, Maurice A
  • Gibson, Phil S
  • Bartley, Ernest R.
  • De Roos, Robert William
  • Stern, Max
  • California
  • San Jule & Stofle (Firm)
  • Hal Donleavy and Associates
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Warren, Earl
  • Bridges, Harry
  • Fujii, Sei
  • Samish, Arthur H
  • Hughes, Charles J.
  • Johnson, Hiram
  • Times Mirror Company
  • California
  • California
  • Migration, Internal
  • Navy-yards and naval stations
  • Civil rights
  • Land tenure
  • Apportionment (Election law)
  • Lobbyists
  • Presidents
  • Courts
  • Petroleum in submerged lands
  • Offshore oil industry
  • Central Arizona Project (U.S.)
  • Water rights
  • Central Valley Project (Calif.)
  • Pensions
  • California
  • California
Label
The politics of California : a book of readings, by David Farrelly and Ivan Hinderaker
Instantiates
Publication
Bar code
  • 31223900957052
  • 31223901505066
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Chap. 1. Population and politics. No. 1. Migration and its problems: "California biggest headache" by Governor Earl Warren -- no. 2 The young giant state: "Look what's happened to California" by Carey McWilliams -- Chap. 2. California in the union. no. 3. Uncle Sam protects his man: in re Neagle (1890), and opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court -- no. 4. California for Californians?: Edwards v. California (1941), an opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court -- no. 5. Naval roots in native soil: "The Multi-based Eleventh" from Fortnight Magazine -- Chap. 3. Civil liberties and rights. no. 6. Free speech and fair trials: Bridges v. California and Times-Mirror Co. v. Superior Court of California (1941), an opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court -- no. 7. Civil rights: California civil rights legislation -- no. 8. The Alien Land Law: Sei Fujii v. California (1950), an opinion by the Californi District Court of Appeal -- Chap. 4. Political parties and elections. no. 9. The political milieu: "The Pattern of California Politics" by Dean E. McHenry -- no. 10. Does cross-filing double-cross the electorate?: "Invitation to the Masquerade" by Dean E. McHenry -- no. 11. Factions and fractions: "Sectionalism in State Politics" by George W. Bemis -- no. 12. Party organization, nominations, and elections: "Party and Candidate in California" by Don M. Muchmore -- no. 13. Post-mortem on '48: "The 1948 Elections in California" by Charles H. Titus and Charles R. Nixon -- Chap. 5. Representation. no. 14. The united counties of California: "Plan of representation" by Joseph A. Beek -- no. 15. The united people of California: "Should State Senators Represent People or Space?" by Dean E. McHenry -- no. 16. Factors in California reapportionment: "Historical and Legal Background of Reapportionment" prepared by San Jule & Stofle, and Hal Dunleavy and Associates -- no. 17. After the 1950 Census, what?: "1951 Reapportionment in California" prepared by San Jule & Stofle, and Hal Dunleavy and Associates -- Chap. 6. The legislature and legislation. no. 18 California's legislature: "Work of Senate and Assembly Outlines" by Fred B. Wood -- no. 19. Bifurcated sessions: theory and practice: "The Split Session of the California Legislature" by Thomas S. Barclay -- no. 20. Annual session of the legislature: "Argument in Favor of Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 10" by Julian Beck -- no. 21. Paupers or dough boys?: "Legislative Sessions and Legislative Pay" by Winston W. Crouch -- Chap. 7. Pressure politics. no. 22. All lobbyists aren't bad: "Do Lobbyists Perform a Useful Function?" from the Erwin Committee Report -- no. 23. Good and bad lobbyists: "Activities of Lobbyists" from the Philbrick Report -- no. 24. Artie Samish : "The secret boos of California" by Lester Velie -- no. 25. Regulating the pressure: "Regulation of Lobbying in California" by Ivan Hinderaker -- Chap. 8. California in national politics. no. 26. The pivot state of 1916: "Did Hughes snub Johnson?--an Inside Story" by Frederick M. Davenport -- no. 27. Earl Warren: a favorite son: "Knight of Nonpartisanship: Earl Warren" by Raymond Moley -- no. 28. Representation on Capitol Hill: "Californians in Congress" by David Farrelly and Maurice A. Hall -- Chap. 9. Courts and justice. no. 29. California's highest tribunal: "California's 'Seven Old Men' Unpack Their Case Load" from Fortnight Magazine -- no. 30. Judicial reformation: "Reogranization of our Inferior Courts" by Chief Justice Phil S. Gibson -- Chap. 10. Leading problems no. 31 Twentieth century black gold: "The Tidelands Oil Controversy" by Ernest R. Bartley -- no. 32. California versus Arizona: "The Colorado is Sovereign" by Carey McWilliams -- no. 33. The Central Valley Project: "The 160-Acre Limitation" by Robert de Roos -- no. 34. A minor league welfare state: "Pension Politics in Calfiornia" by Carey McWilliams -- no. 35. Looking backward and peering ahead: "California's Next Hundred Years" by Max Stern -- Biographical notes -- Index of names -- Index of subjects
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
viii, 320 p.
Lccn
51009596
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illus., maps
System control number
  • 4201842
  • 2300 74 115
Label
The politics of California : a book of readings, by David Farrelly and Ivan Hinderaker
Publication
Bar code
  • 31223900957052
  • 31223901505066
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Chap. 1. Population and politics. No. 1. Migration and its problems: "California biggest headache" by Governor Earl Warren -- no. 2 The young giant state: "Look what's happened to California" by Carey McWilliams -- Chap. 2. California in the union. no. 3. Uncle Sam protects his man: in re Neagle (1890), and opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court -- no. 4. California for Californians?: Edwards v. California (1941), an opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court -- no. 5. Naval roots in native soil: "The Multi-based Eleventh" from Fortnight Magazine -- Chap. 3. Civil liberties and rights. no. 6. Free speech and fair trials: Bridges v. California and Times-Mirror Co. v. Superior Court of California (1941), an opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court -- no. 7. Civil rights: California civil rights legislation -- no. 8. The Alien Land Law: Sei Fujii v. California (1950), an opinion by the Californi District Court of Appeal -- Chap. 4. Political parties and elections. no. 9. The political milieu: "The Pattern of California Politics" by Dean E. McHenry -- no. 10. Does cross-filing double-cross the electorate?: "Invitation to the Masquerade" by Dean E. McHenry -- no. 11. Factions and fractions: "Sectionalism in State Politics" by George W. Bemis -- no. 12. Party organization, nominations, and elections: "Party and Candidate in California" by Don M. Muchmore -- no. 13. Post-mortem on '48: "The 1948 Elections in California" by Charles H. Titus and Charles R. Nixon -- Chap. 5. Representation. no. 14. The united counties of California: "Plan of representation" by Joseph A. Beek -- no. 15. The united people of California: "Should State Senators Represent People or Space?" by Dean E. McHenry -- no. 16. Factors in California reapportionment: "Historical and Legal Background of Reapportionment" prepared by San Jule & Stofle, and Hal Dunleavy and Associates -- no. 17. After the 1950 Census, what?: "1951 Reapportionment in California" prepared by San Jule & Stofle, and Hal Dunleavy and Associates -- Chap. 6. The legislature and legislation. no. 18 California's legislature: "Work of Senate and Assembly Outlines" by Fred B. Wood -- no. 19. Bifurcated sessions: theory and practice: "The Split Session of the California Legislature" by Thomas S. Barclay -- no. 20. Annual session of the legislature: "Argument in Favor of Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 10" by Julian Beck -- no. 21. Paupers or dough boys?: "Legislative Sessions and Legislative Pay" by Winston W. Crouch -- Chap. 7. Pressure politics. no. 22. All lobbyists aren't bad: "Do Lobbyists Perform a Useful Function?" from the Erwin Committee Report -- no. 23. Good and bad lobbyists: "Activities of Lobbyists" from the Philbrick Report -- no. 24. Artie Samish : "The secret boos of California" by Lester Velie -- no. 25. Regulating the pressure: "Regulation of Lobbying in California" by Ivan Hinderaker -- Chap. 8. California in national politics. no. 26. The pivot state of 1916: "Did Hughes snub Johnson?--an Inside Story" by Frederick M. Davenport -- no. 27. Earl Warren: a favorite son: "Knight of Nonpartisanship: Earl Warren" by Raymond Moley -- no. 28. Representation on Capitol Hill: "Californians in Congress" by David Farrelly and Maurice A. Hall -- Chap. 9. Courts and justice. no. 29. California's highest tribunal: "California's 'Seven Old Men' Unpack Their Case Load" from Fortnight Magazine -- no. 30. Judicial reformation: "Reogranization of our Inferior Courts" by Chief Justice Phil S. Gibson -- Chap. 10. Leading problems no. 31 Twentieth century black gold: "The Tidelands Oil Controversy" by Ernest R. Bartley -- no. 32. California versus Arizona: "The Colorado is Sovereign" by Carey McWilliams -- no. 33. The Central Valley Project: "The 160-Acre Limitation" by Robert de Roos -- no. 34. A minor league welfare state: "Pension Politics in Calfiornia" by Carey McWilliams -- no. 35. Looking backward and peering ahead: "California's Next Hundred Years" by Max Stern -- Biographical notes -- Index of names -- Index of subjects
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
viii, 320 p.
Lccn
51009596
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illus., maps
System control number
  • 4201842
  • 2300 74 115

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