California Republic: Institutions, Statesmanship, and Policiesby Brian P. Janiskee (Editor), Ken Masugi (Editor), Herman Belz (Contribution by), Ward Connerly (Contribution by), Jon Coupal (Contribution by)
This volume traces the evolution of progressive government in California and its contemporary policy consequences. Contributions from academics, journalists, and activists explore such topics as the creation of the 1849 California Constitution, the statesmanship of Ronald Reagan, the politics of public education, and the elections of 2002. The papers were presented at an October 2000 conference held at the Claremont Institute, and many have previously appeared in Nexus, the law and policy journal of the Chapman U. School of Law. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Brian P. Janiskee is assistant professor of political science at California State University, San Bernardino. Ken Masugi is the director of the Center for Local Government at the Claremont Institute.
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