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  1. Back with the Wind
    Thanks to term limits, seven former members of the Assembly are running for a return en...
    California Journal, September 1996, pp. 36-39
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    Ballot Bouillabaisse (Review)
    The political "how-to" manual, The Initiative Cookbook, offers an insider's perspective...
    1. The Initiative Cookbook by Jim Schultz
    California Journal, March 1997, p. 57
  3. Battle over ballot signatures
    The folks who solicit signatures for ballot initiatives once again have squared off aga...
    California Journal, September 2001, pp. 38-44
  4. Big money initiatives
    The initiative process has become a captive of wealthy special interests, but big money...
    California Journal, November 1988, pp. 481-487
  5. Campaigning judges
    Rose Bird's battle to keep her seat has not had much impact on lower court judges' camp...
    California Journal, September 1986, pp. 447-450
  6. Class of '92
    Twenty-six strong, the rookie Assembly class of 1992 is the first class elected under c...
    California Journal, April 1993, pp. 34-38
  7. The Death of a Gambler
    Coronet Magazine, April 1959, pp. 29-33
  8. Exporting discontent
    The latest California political trend to be shipped nationwide is term limits.
    California Journal, December 1991, pp. 547-552
  9. The "fairness doctrine"
    For years, the so-called fairness doctrine ensured that the wealthy couldn't dominate t...
    California Journal, June 1989, pp. 251-254
  10. Full-time Legislature
    California's 20-year-old professional Legislature is facing increasing criticism and th...
    California Journal, January 1987, pp. 36-41
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    Ghost on the Green (Review)
    The Haunted Major, by Thorne Smith
    1. The Haunted Major by Thorne Smith
    The Saturday Review, May 14, 1960, p. 20
  12. Happy talky talk
    Radio talk-show hosts flexed some muscle to kayo a proposed congressional pay raise. Ar...
    California Journal, September 1989, pp. 365-372
  13. He's Tough on Kids
    The Saturday Evening Post, February 2, 1957, pp. 38-39
  14. I Licked My Jinx
    The Saturday Evening Post, April 6, 1957, pp. 32-33
  15. I Live Among the Eggheads
    The Saturday Evening Post, November 16, 1957, pp. 42-43
  16. I Say Pro Golf Isn't So Tough
    The Saturday Evening Post, June 16, 1956, p. 31
  17. Initiative Reform
    Should California tinker with its initiative system, or should it adopt an"if-it-ain't-...
    California Journal, April 1994, pp. 33-36
  18. Initiatives
    Is California suffering from too much of a good thing when it comes to its initiative p...
    California Journal, March 1991, pp. 116-120
  19. Initiatives and Dollar Signs
    Secretary of State Bill Jones aims to close a loophole in disclosure laws that obscures...
    California Journal, August 1998, pp. 38-40
  20. Initiatives and the Courts
    Winning the approval of voters is no longer enough for ballot measures. Now they must a...
    California Journal, October 1997, pp. 32-39
  21. The initiators
    Like the energizer rabbit, the people who propose initiatives keep on ticking despite d...
    California Journal, April 1995, pp. 38-42
  22. Interning up the ladder
    California Journal, January 1979, pp. 30-31
  23. Lawyer-legislators
    Lawyer-legislators no longer dominate the halls of the Legislature.
    California Journal, April 1989, pp. 181-183
  24. Leaving the Legislature
    Some politicians abandon Sacramento for reasons of their own, as this year's voluntary ...
    California Journal, September 1980, pp. 365-366
  25. Lobbying, post-140
    Advocacy in the age of term limits may prove tricky for lobbyists and lawmakers.
    California Journal, October 1993, pp. 31-34
  26. A magic ride to success
    More and more, legislators are sponsoring ballot initiatives as vehicles for statewide ...
    California Journal, September 1988, pp. 380-386
  27. Open primaries
    The open primary may return to California's ballot, thanks to a primary initiative sche...
    California Journal, November 1995, pp. 35-39
  28. Palmer, Player and Nicklaus Discuss Golf
    The Saturday Evening Post, April 13, 1963, pp. 66-69
  29. Party endorsements
    Amid confusion over the law, political parties are backing away from pre-primary endors...
    California Journal, April 1992, pp. 199-204
  30. Party renewal
    A court decision, allowing parties to endorse candidates in primaries, may give new pow...
    California Journal, December 1984, pp. 472-474
  31. Paying the recall tab
    Democratic Assemblyman Mike Machado spent nearly $900,000 defending himself against a r...
    California Journal, June 1996, pp. 33-39
  32. The petition business
    Two of the state's most successful professional petitioners explain the business of buy...
    California Journal, July 1985, pp. 283-286
  33. Robe Rage Reversed
    For years after the ouster of California Supreme Court Chief justice Rose Bird, voters ...
    California Journal, September 1999, pp. 34-39
  34. Secret Tricks of the Sea
    The Saturday Evening Post, June 23, 1956, pp. 20-21
  35. Signature hounds
    Gathering signatures for ballot initiatives is a thriving business for two California f...
    California Journal, November 1992, pp. 545-548
  36. Signature mercenaries
    To qualify any ballot measure, just contact the professional petition-passers - and be ...
    California Journal, October 1981, pp. 357-358
  37. A special class of lobbyists
    Ex-legislators have some advantages when they become advocates among their old colleagues.
    California Journal, January 1983, pp. 33-35
  38. Splitsville
    Assemblyman Stan Statham of Oak Run is pushing ahead with his plan to split California ...
    California Journal, August 1992, pp. 387-395
  39. Sports: Taking a Swing at the Country Club
    The Saturday Evening Post, April 1983, pp. 48-49
  40. Stan Statham
    Republican Assemblyman Stan Statham has made a legislative career out of not getting al...
    California Journal, August 1990, pp. 405-408
  41. Term limits
    Term limits for elected officials are nothing new to California; several counties have ...
    California Journal, October 1990, pp. 497-499
  42. The tobacco lobby
    When it comes to tobacco's political clout, California isn't exactly Marlboro Country. ...
    California Journal, August 1991, pp. 343-348
  43. Tweaking the Initiative
    In a Colorado case with implications for California, the U.S. Supreme Court gives thumb...
    California Journal, May 1999, pp. 40-43
  44. The Verdicts Were Just (1967)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  45. Women lobbyists
    Although professionals now, women lobbyists face different problems than do their men c...
    California Journal, October 1983, pp. 371-372
  46. The World of Golf (1962)
    A Panorama of Six Centuries of the Game's History
    2 Reviews
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