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California Journal • 36 Years, 418 Issues, 5,771 Articles, 18,310pp
November 1975 Issue - 17 Articles
- Rostrum, p. 376
- The bitter harvest, pp. 377-379
Passage of the Agricultural Labor Relations Act brought with it euphoria: the war was w...
- WANTED, p. 380
- Women and the '76 ejections, pp. 381-383
It's not too soon to start picking the targets of opportunity where the right female of...
- L.A.'s polemical police chief, pp. 384-385
Ed Davis is probably the nation's best-known cop, and to know him is not necessarily to...
- Newsbriefs, p. 386
- Where lobbyists now spend their money, pp. 387-389
Proposition 9 changed some habits relating to wining and dining but not, apparently, to...
- Caucus by Hugo, p. 390
- The ailing health department, pp. 391-393
A trio of state department was brought under one roof by Governor Reagan - with ill eff...
- Whatever happened to collective bargaining?, pp. 394-396
Public employees were asking not if but when the bill would pass; they still are, and i...
- 1975 LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Brown's political profile, pp. 397-401
emerges among the bills he signed - and especially those he vetoed - many of which are ...
- Newsmakers, p. 402
- Sillas in the driver's seat, pp. 403-404
The Department of Motor Vehicles' new director wants a bureaucracy that smiles.
- Citizens on the beach, pp. 405-406
Drafting the coastal plan for the Legislature was a noble experiment in participatory d...
- Desire under the redwoods, pp. 407-409
There is a dilemma, in dealing with this unique resource that grows itself to death.
- Court actions, p. 410
- National perspective, pp. 411-412