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    Issues of the 1970s = 10 Years, 118 Issues, 1,875 Articles
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        Issues of 1971 = 11 Issues, 157 Articles
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          Issues of 1972 = 11 Issues, 149 Articles
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            Issues of 1973 = 12 Issues, 189 Articles
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              Issues of 1974 = 12 Issues, 189 Articles
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                January 1974 Issue = 18 Articles
                1. Welfare showdown by Bruce Keppel, p. 4
                2. Paradise Lost, pp. 5-6
                3. New Capitol, pp. 7-9
                4. Where the Sacramento elite meet to eat, p. 10
                5. Two-year session, pp. 11-12
                6. State's return to the Job-hunting business by Ronald Blubaugh, pp. 13-14
                7. Final reapportionment plan -- or is it?, pp. 15-21
                8. Governing Los Angeles by Warren Olney, pp. 22-23
                9. Why everyone wants to be supervisor , pp. 24-27
                10. Surprise conclusions on local government structure by Ed Salzman, pp. 28-31
                11. Campaign '74, pp. 32-33
                12. DMV's struggle to meet demand for driver's licenses, p. 34
                13. Newsbriefs, p. 35
                14. Court actions, p. 36
                15. California calendar, p. 37
                16. Selected reports, p. 37
                17. Newsmakers, p. 38
                18. A personal perspective by Ed Salzman, pp. 39-40
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                February 1974 Issue = 16 Articles
                1. How big a stick does delegation carry? by William Broom, pp. 44-47
                2. Who the heavyweights are, pp. 48-49
                3. How they vote and where they serve, pp. 50-51
                4. Analysis of Reagan's budget by Ed Salzman, pp. 52-54
                5. Political profile of Capitol press corps, pp. 55-56
                6. Front-runner Jerry Brown: Republican enemy No.1, pp. 57-58
                7. How business and labor challenge the ecologists by John Berthelsen, pp. 59-61
                8. Duty-bound to protect and serve state's lawmakers by Shelley Wood, pp. 62-63
                9. Text of Governor Reagan's message, pp. 64-67
                10. Opposing view from Democrat Burton, pp. 68-69
                11. Newsbriefs, p. 70
                12. Court actions, p. 71
                13. Roll call, pp. 72-73
                14. Newsmakers, p. 74
                15. Letter by Lou Cannon, p. 75
                16. Supplement: '74 Roster and Guide
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                March 1974 Issue = 16 Articles
                1. Consciousness-raising at the ballot box by Suzanne Paizis, pp. 80-83
                2. Are qualified females available to state? by Jennifer Jennings, pp. 84-85
                3. Living up to the state's legendary politics, pp. 86-88
                4. The change in Senators Cranston and Tunney by Leo Rennert, pp. 89-92
                5. Public disclosure and personal privacy by Bruce Keppel, pp. 93-94
                6. The constant quest for the Speakership by Ed Salzman, pp. 95-96
                7. Squeezing more revenue out of grapes by Donna Marshall, pp. 97-99
                8. Artie Samish's lobbyist legacy lives by Richard Rodda, p. 100
                9. Must California lead the way in health insurance?, pp. 101-103
                10. Which judges' opinions are fit to print? by Dennis Campbell, p. 104
                11. Newsbriefs, p. 105
                12. California calendar, p. 106
                13. Selected reports, p. 106
                14. Newsmakers, p. 107
                15. Rollcall, pp. 108-110
                16. Letter by Lou Cannon, pp. 111-112
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                April 1974 Issue = 16 Articles
                1. Left right and center on the high court, p. 116
                2. Reagan's alter-ego on the Wright court by Dennis Campbell, pp. 117-118
                3. A tradition of revolution, p. 119
                4. Newsbriefs, p. 120
                5. Protest over utility rates by Mary Ellen Leary, pp. 121-124
                6. The decline and fall of C. Arnholt Smith by Herbert W. Lockwood, pp. 125-128
                7. Chamber of Commerce's delicate balancing act by Vonnie J. Madigan, pp. 129-131
                8. Design for a Governor's mansion by Bruce Keppel, pp. 132-133
                9. Pollution bonds - $200 million embarrassment by Ed Salzman, pp. 134-135
                10. How the state and Baja help one another by Melanie Spier, pp. 136-137
                11. Court actions, p. 138
                12. Newsmakers, p. 139
                13. Rollcall, p. 140
                14. California Calendar, pp. 141-142
                15. Letter by Lou Cannon, p. 143
                16. Primary Election Analysis
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                May 1974 Issue = 15 Articles
                1. Political 'spots' by Don H. Whitehead, p. 148
                2. The image-makers by Nancy Boyarsky, pp. 149-155
                3. Attempted comeback of the GOP progressives by Ed Salzman, pp. 156-159
                4. Newsbriefs, p. 160
                5. Why congressmen are quitting by Gil Bailey, pp. 161-162
                6. Coming on strong: state's new auditor general by Bruce Keppel, pp. 163-164
                7. $25 blue-plate special: not appetizing enough by John Curtin, pp. 165-166
                8. Nebraska's 'Unicameral' and the Golden State by Dennis J. Opatrny, pp. 167-168
                9. Serrano's potential victims, p. 169
                10. Court Actions, pp. 170-171
                11. California Calendar, p. 172
                12. Newsmakers, p. 172
                13. Rollcall, pp. 173-174
                14. Letter by Lou Cannon, p. 175
                15. The Ballot Propositions
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                June 1974 Issue = 15 Articles
                1. Indians: the first and last Californians by Jack D. Forbes, pp. 180-185
                2. Government as boss by Bruce Keppel, pp. 186-190
                3. Making crime laws fit today's morality by Ronald Blubaugh, pp. 191-192
                4. Baiting the broadcasters by Baxter Omohundro, pp. 193-194
                5. Double trouble for Republicans by Ed Salzman, pp. 195-196
                6. The rating game by Joan R. Reiss, pp. 197-198
                7. Alcoholism: still the No. 1 drug problem by Shelley Wood, pp. 199-201
                8. Watergate's effect on student leaders by Ellen Polgar, p. 202
                9. An easy way out of Serrano by Minoy W. Tripp, pp. 203-204
                10. Courts, p. 205
                11. Newsbriefs, pp. 206-207
                12. California Calendar, p. 208
                13. Newsmakers, p. 208
                14. Rollcall, pp. 209-210
                15. Letter by Lou Cannon, pp. 211-212
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                July 1974 Issue = 14 Articles
                1. A Personal Perspective by Ed Salzman, pp. 214-215
                2. The great prison debate by Ed Salzman, pp. 216-221
                3. Protecting rape victims' rights by Bruce Keppel, pp. 222-224
                4. Lawmakers, teachers and sex education by Jennifer Jennings, pp. 225-226
                5. Complete primary election analysis, pp. 227-238
                6. How the new energy act should work, pp. 239-240
                7. Paying for wildlife conservation, pp. 241-243
                8. Newsbriefs, p. 244
                9. How McCarthy won the speakership, p. 245
                10. Court Actions, p. 246
                11. California Calendar, p. 247
                12. Newsmakers, p. 247
                13. Rollcall, pp. 248-250
                14. Letter by Lou Cannon, pp. 251-252
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                August 1974 Issue = 16 Articles
                1. See How They Run by Al Martinez, pp. 256-258
                2. Getting lucky and staying lucky by Ed Salzman, pp. 259-260
                3. How they stand on the issues by Edmund G. Brown, Jr. and Houston I. Flournoy, pp. 261-263
                4. The rest of the statewide slate, pp. 264-268
                5. The new McCarthyism, pp. 269-270
                6. Legislature's $25 million staff by Dennis Dorch, pp. 271-273
                7. Inflation's gift: a $400 million surplus, pp. 274-276
                8. Who should manage state forest land? by Bruce Keppel, pp. 277-278
                9. Yet another view of Serrano by Ronald A. Zumbrun and John H. Findley, p. 279
                10. Court actions, p. 280
                11. Newsbriefs, p. 281
                12. Newsmakers, p. 282
                13. Selected reports, p. 283
                14. California calendar, p. 283
                15. Roll call, pp. 284-286
                16. Letter by Lou Cannon, pp. 287-288
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                September 1974 Issue = 17 Articles
                1. Garibaldi by Susan Banashek and Al Martinez, p. 292
                2. Sacramento's most influential lobbyists by Chris Wahle, pp. 293-294
                3. Newsbriefs, p. 295
                4. The brown-bag bunch by Shelley Wood, p. 296
                5. Charting the flow of campaign contributions by Louise Ma, pp. 297-300
                6. Proposition 9's local-government loopholes by Nancy Boyarsky, pp. 301-303
                7. The task-force report Reagan didn't buy, p. 304
                8. The downfall of Ed Reinecke by Leo Rennert, pp. 305-307
                9. GOP after Watergate by Ed Salzman, pp. 308-309
                10. Respectability for the 'eco-freaks' by Tom Harris, pp. 310-311
                11. How should public money talk? by Lawrence W. Miles, pp. 312-314
                12. Court actions, p. 315
                13. California calendar, p. 316
                14. Newsmakers, p. 316
                15. Roll call, pp. 317-318
                16. Letter by Lou Cannon, p. 319
                17. Ballot-proposition analysis
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                October 1974 Issue = 14 Articles
                1. The Orange County myth by Melvin H. Bernstein, pp. 324-327
                2. Newsbriefs, p. 328
                3. Looking toward November by Ed Salzman, pp. 329-335
                4. Flournoy Brown and the student vote, p. 336
                5. All quiet on the campus front by Maria Lenhart, pp. 337-340
                6. Horse-racing in the golden state by Vonnie J. Madigan, pp. 341-343
                7. Awakening of a political giant by Suzanne Barba, pp. 344-345
                8. Surgeon's sickness: medical malpractice by Bruce Keppel, pp. 346-347
                9. The decline of the urban county, pp. 348-349
                10. Court actions, p. 350
                11. California calendar, p. 351
                12. Newsmakers, p. 351
                13. Roll call, pp. 352-354
                14. Letter by Lou Cannon, pp. 355-356
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                November 1974 Issue = 16 Articles
                1. The Reagan years by Lou Cannon, pp. 360-366
                2. The pension fight by Bruce Keppel, pp. 367-369
                3. Sex discrimination in the law by Harriet Katz Berman, pp. 370-371
                4. Was the two-year session that bad? by Ed Salzman, p. 372
                5. Major bills vetoed and signed, pp. 373-377
                6. Caucus by Hugo, p. 378
                7. The state Bar and its new insiders by Kathleen Neumeyer, pp. 379-381
                8. Supreme Court's philosophical struggle by Ronald Blubaugh, pp. 382-384
                9. Who's who in state's Washington reporters by Gil Bailey, pp. 385-387
                10. Campaign'78, p. 388
                11. Repairing California's mining scars by Michael W. Prairie, pp. 389-390
                12. Newsbriefs, p. 391
                13. Newsmakers, p. 392
                14. Court actions, p. 393
                15. Selected reports, p. 394
                16. Washington perspective by Thomas M. Rees, pp. 395-396
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                December 1974 Issue = 16 Articles
                1. The New Spirit (alias Jerry Brown) by Ed Salzman, pp. 400-402
                2. Statewide by Ed Salzman, pp. 403-407
                3. Congress by Ed Salzman, pp. 408-409
                4. State Senate by Ed Salzman, p. 410
                5. Assembly by Ed Salzman, pp. 411-415
                6. Reviving the GOP elephant by Lyn Nofziger, pp. 416-417
                7. Caucus by Hugo, p. 418
                8. 1975 legislative preview, pp. 419-420
                9. Reagan and the welfare 'monster' by Julie Thompson, pp. 421-424
                10. The gloomy economic outlook by Bruce Keppel, pp. 425-427
                11. Another crisis for the schools by Suzanne Paizis, pp. 428-430
                12. The march of metrics by Shirley Neill, pp. 431-432
                13. Newsbriefs, p. 433
                14. Newsmakers, p. 433
                15. Court actions, p. 434
                16. Letter from Washington by Lou Cannon, pp. 435-436
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              Issues of 1975 = 12 Issues, 198 Articles
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                            Issues of 1982 = 12 Issues, 138 Articles
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                              Issues of 1983 = 12 Issues, 201 Articles
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                                Issues of 1984 = 12 Issues, 210 Articles
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                                  Issues of 1985 = 12 Issues, 167 Articles
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                                    Issues of 1986 = 12 Issues, 164 Articles
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                                      Issues of 1987 = 12 Issues, 150 Articles
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                                        Issues of 1988 = 12 Issues, 136 Articles
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                                          Issues of 1989 = 12 Issues, 144 Articles
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                                          Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 120 Issues, 1,443 Articles
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                                            Issues of 1990 = 12 Issues, 151 Articles
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                                              Issues of 1991 = 12 Issues, 148 Articles
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                                                Issues of 1992 = 12 Issues, 137 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1993 = 12 Issues, 140 Articles
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                                                            Issues of 1998 = 12 Issues, 138 Articles
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                                                                    Issues of 2002 = 12 Issues, 166 Articles
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                                                                      Issues of 2003 = 12 Issues, 160 Articles
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                                                                        Issues of 2004 = 11 Issues, 162 Articles
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                                                                          Issues of 2005 = 1 Issue, 19 Articles