Constitutional Reform in California: Making State Government More Effective and Responsiveby Bruce E. Cain (Editor), Roger G. Noll (Editor)
When Governor Wilson and the California legislature created a Constitutional Review Commission, the state's leading scholars gathered to investigate how the structure of the constitution affects state and local government. Their proposals, published here, call for far-reaching reforms. This intriguing combination of ideas from across the political spectrum establishes a point of departure for all future debate about California governance.
- University of California, Institute of Governmental Studies
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