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February 1976 Issue - 18 Articles
- Rostrum, p. 44
- Is government too big or too bad?, pp. 45-47
There's no doubt about the public's disenchantment with political institutions but some...
- Caucus by Hugo, p. 48
- Tunney's search for his loyalists, pp. 49-51
California's junior senator sees his re-election as a snap - once he can catch the vote...
- A new breed on the bench, pp. 52-53
The state's judicial robes are covering more and more judges who are something other th...
- San Francisco's slip to the right, pp. 54-56
The city's liberal new mayor is tacking to starboard after nosing out a conservative ch...
- Tale of a growing surplus, pp. 57-58
Improved economic conditions mean more state revenue, but Governor Brown's still playin...
- Scrutinizing the environmental quality act, pp. 59-61
The court broadened the law to such an extent that pressure's mounting to make some cha...
- The dance of the departing senators, p. 62
- The state viewed by Brown..., p. 63
- ... and the Republican opposition, pp. 64-65
- The 'Quad Squad' at Rehab, p. 66
- Parking the freeway 'machine', pp. 67-68
With highway-building costing more and with less money to spend on it, this might be th...
- Newsbriefs, p. 69
- Court decisions, p. 70
- Newsmakers, p. 70
- Letter, p. 71
- The 1976 California Journal Roster and Government Guide