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California Journal, July 1983, pp. 260-262
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    Issues of the 1970s = 10 Years, 118 Issues, 1,875 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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                                  January 1983 Issue = 14 Articles
                                  1. Headache agenda for '83 by Robert Fairbanks, pp. 5-11
                                  2. Rostrum, p. 12
                                  3. The marketing of slate mailers by Bud Lembke, pp. 13-16
                                  4. Goodbye and hello Exodus of the eclectic by Herb Michelson, pp. 17-19
                                  5. Avoiding the limelight by Jim Carroll, pp. 20-21
                                  6. Old answers in new housing by Margaret A. Zevedo, pp. 22-24
                                  7. Doing the 'Bob Presley' by Richard Zeiger, pp. 25-27
                                  8. Off to the poorhouse by Hilary Abramson, pp. 28-29
                                  9. Farewell to 'Cal Week' by Jim Carnes, p. 30
                                  10. Orange County: the GOP's again by Tony Quinn, pp. 31-32
                                  11. A special class of lobbyists by Charles M. Price, pp. 33-35
                                  12. Aristotle plus Barnum by Martin Hill, pp. 36-37
                                  13. Coping with Proposition 8 by Richard Thomson#2, p. 38
                                  14. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 39-40
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                                  February 1983 Issue = 14 Articles
                                  1. Judge Kaus' clarity by Richard Thomson#2, p. 44
                                  2. That unbalanced budget by Robert Fairbanks, pp. 45-47
                                  3. Unruh's growing power by Robert Fairbanks, pp. 48-52
                                  4. Slowing the bullet train by David Ogul, pp. 53-54
                                  5. The Torres-Chavez split by Tony Castro, pp. 55-72
                                  6. San Francisco's 'Queen Bee' by Marshall Kilduff, pp. 73-75
                                  7. Duke's starting lineup, p. 76
                                  8. Rostrum, p. 77
                                  9. Some advice from B.T., p. 78
                                  10. Pushing a pay hike by Otto Kreisher, pp. 79-80
                                  11. A rocky road for Pete Kelly by Michele Willens, pp. 81-82
                                  12. Roll call, pp. 83-85
                                  13. New DA in Los Angeles by Joan Zyda, p. 86
                                  14. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 87-88
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                                  March 1983 Issue = 16 Articles
                                  1. Rostrum, p. 92
                                  2. Presidential parades for '84 by Michele Willens, pp. 93-95
                                  3. The senator's cousin by John Gryka, p. 96
                                  4. New in print, p. 96
                                  5. Roberti and the animal lovers by Martin Smith, pp. 97-99
                                  6. Legislators' special immunity by Dick Levinson, pp. 100-102
                                  7. The training of Bob Naylor by Vic Pollard, pp. 103-120
                                  8. Taking Big Oil to court by A.G. Block, p. 121
                                  9. Ballot front, p. 122
                                  10. Energy standards - yes or no? by Robert Feinbaum, pp. 123-125
                                  11. 'Adults only,' one year later by Katherine Bishop, p. 126
                                  12. San Diego's 'Gang of Four' by William Osborne, pp. 127-128
                                  13. Challenge for community colleges. by Michael Fallon, pp. 129-131
                                  14. Video games for politicians by Bill Richards, p. 132
                                  15. The return of Ed Reinecke by Richard Zeiger, pp. 133-134
                                  16. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 135-136
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                                  April 1983 Issue = 17 Articles
                                  1. Teacher quality by Michael W. Kirst and James W. Guthrie, pp. 141-143
                                  2. The legislative trade-offs by Michael Fallon, p. 144
                                  3. Confidence in the Corner Office by Robert Fairbanks, p. 145
                                  4. New in print, pp. 146-147
                                  5. Winning in the mailbox by Tony Quinn, pp. 148-149
                                  6. Ballot front, p. 150
                                  7. Those presidential primaries by James R. Carroll, pp. 151-152
                                  8. Mapping farmland's future by Jim Churchill, pp. 153-154
                                  9. Public finance for campaigns? by Bud Lembke, pp. 155-157
                                  10. The penny-pinching congressman by Jeff Raimundo, p. 158
                                  11. Advice from the analyst, pp. 159-161
                                  12. Rostrum, p. 162
                                  13. 'Hot walker' Ken Maddy by Herb Michelson, pp. 163-165
                                  14. Taking the Bar to court by Katherine Bishop, pp. 166-167
                                  15. Roll call, pp. 168-169
                                  16. Banning the plea bargain by Richard Thomson#2, p. 170
                                  17. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 171-172
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                                  May 1983 Issue = 18 Articles
                                  1. Toxic trickle-down by Douglas Foster, pp. 177-179
                                  2. Duke's transportation difference by Jeff Rabin, pp. 180-182
                                  3. Mike Antonovich's new hat by Michele Willens, pp. 183-185
                                  4. The gospel of Mark Russell, pp. 186-187
                                  5. Book review: A Reagan closeup, p. 188
                                  6. That Mono Lake decision by Harrison C. Dunning, pp. 189-190
                                  7. Courting the Hispanics by Kenneth C. Burt, pp. 191-192
                                  8. Incorporation fever by Al Sokolow and Linda Martin, pp. 193-194
                                  9. Gus Hawkins, a quiet fighter by Martin Salditch, pp. 195-196
                                  10. The traffic-ticket tryout by Ed Remitz, pp. 197-198
                                  11. Laguna Beach's wayward ways by Larry Peterson, p. 199
                                  12. Rostrum, p. 199
                                  13. Ballot front, p. 200
                                  14. Showdown on arbitration by Robert Gunnison, p. 201
                                  15. New in print, p. 202
                                  16. Beating 'Bad-Boy' Crean by Nancy E. Allen, pp. 203-204
                                  17. Roll call, pp. 205-206
                                  18. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 207-208
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                                  June 1983 Issue = 15 Articles
                                  1. The Legislature's growing staff by A.G. Block and Robert Fairbanks, pp. 214-220
                                  2. Who's who in the Silicon Valley by Mark Simon, pp. 221-224
                                  3. Bill Campbell's art of compromise by James R. Carroll, pp. 225-226
                                  4. The Ray Johnson thorn by Rebecca LaVally, pp. 227-228
                                  5. On the Capitol fashion patrol by Dorothy Riley, p. 229
                                  6. Hedgecock by Barry M. Horstman, p. 230
                                  7. Feinstein by Marshall Kilduff, pp. 231-232
                                  8. Cooperative cabling in Davis by Laurie Watson-Diaz, pp. 233-234
                                  9. Free advice by phone by Jerry Jeffe, p. 235
                                  10. Rostrum, p. 236
                                  11. Judging judges' conduct by Alice Cuneo, pp. 237-239
                                  12. New in print, p. 240
                                  13. Ballot front, p. 240
                                  14. Roll call, pp. 241-242
                                  15. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 243-244
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                                  July 1983 Issue = 18 Articles
                                  1. Up front, pp. 248-250
                                  2. Women and the GOP by Joann Hamick and Tony Quinn, p. 251
                                  3. Ballot front, pp. 252-253
                                  4. Deukmejian and the press by A.G. Block, p. 254
                                  5. Closing tax loopholes by Dan Walters, pp. 255-256
                                  6. Franchetti of Finance by Vic Pollard, pp. 257-258
                                  7. Initiatives vs. candidates by Harvey Englander, p. 259
                                  8. California's "Believe It or Not" by Steve Greenberg, pp. 260-262
                                  9. The trials of David Roberti by Martin Smith, pp. 263-264
                                  10. Cities and insurance by Robert Fairbanks, pp. 265-267
                                  11. Delta decay by Dan Meyers, pp. 268-269
                                  12. Book review: Dow vs. California, p. 270
                                  13. Ann Reynolds in Oz by William Grant#2, pp. 271-272
                                  14. Stumping for the budget by Robert Fairbanks, pp. 273-274
                                  15. Rostrum, p. 275
                                  16. Roll Call, pp. 276-277
                                  17. New in print, p. 278
                                  18. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 279-280
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                                  August 1983 Issue = 19 Articles
                                  1. Up front, pp. 284-285
                                  2. Capitol review, p. 286
                                  3. Big league sports by A.G. Block, pp. 287-290
                                  4. The Los Angeles Olympics by Kenneth Reich, pp. 291-292
                                  5. A contented Steve Merksamer by Bob Sylva, p. 293
                                  6. Ballot front, pp. 294-295
                                  7. Mail-order voting booths by Hal Stemmler, pp. 296-297
                                  8. New in print, p. 298
                                  9. Farmersville woes by Robert Deen, pp. 299-300
                                  10. Rostrum, p. 301
                                  11. Dick Bergholz roasted, p. 302
                                  12. L.A.'s "Friday Group" by Jerry Jeffe, p. 303
                                  13. Book review: the California Legislature, p. 304
                                  14. No cure for mudslinging by Jim Haynes, pp. 305-306
                                  15. Phil Burton remembered by Michael D. Green, pp. 307-308
                                  16. Juice bills by Dan Walters, pp. 309-311
                                  17. Hollywood's pied piper by Michele Willens, p. 312
                                  18. Roll call, pp. 313-314
                                  19. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 315-316
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                                  September 1983 Issue = 16 Articles
                                  1. Up front, pp. 320-321
                                  2. Capitol notes, p. 322
                                  3. An offshore battleground by Wesley Marx, pp. 323-327
                                  4. Sweet Lou? by Bob Schmidt, pp. 328-330
                                  5. A black for president? by Robert Studer, pp. 331-348
                                  6. Crime in the classroom by Vic Pollard, pp. 349-351
                                  7. Poorhouse revisited by Hilary Abramson, p. 352
                                  8. Crisis relocation by Gordon L. Magill, pp. 353-354
                                  9. New in print, p. 355
                                  10. Ernani Bernardi by Greg Krikorian, p. 356
                                  11. Rostrum, pp. 357-358
                                  12. Ballot front, p. 359
                                  13. Professional directory, p. 360
                                  14. Classifieds, p. 360
                                  15. Roll call, pp. 361-362
                                  16. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 363-364
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                                  October 1983 Issue = 18 Articles
                                  1. Up front, pp. 368-369
                                  2. Capitol review, p. 370
                                  3. Women lobbyists by Charles M. Price and Catherine Melquist, pp. 371-372
                                  4. Rating criminals by Michael Schumacher, pp. 373-374
                                  5. Ballot front, pp. 375-376
                                  6. Chavez, the younger by Rick Rodriguez, pp. 377-378
                                  7. Texas 1, California 0 by Leo McCarthy, pp. 379-382
                                  8. Orange County gothic by Jere Witter, pp. 383-384
                                  9. David Vienna by Martin Salditch, pp. 385-386
                                  10. Plodding along by Mark Simon, pp. 387-389
                                  11. The School reform law by Robert Fairbanks and Rick Boeck, pp. 390-391
                                  12. A merit pay experiment by Brian T. Burke, pp. 392-393
                                  13. Foundations, and education by Michael Thompson, p. 394
                                  14. New in print, p. 395
                                  15. Classifieds, p. 396
                                  16. Professional directory, p. 396
                                  17. Roll Call, pp. 397-398
                                  18. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 399-400
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                                  November 1983 Issue = 16 Articles
                                  1. Up front, pp. 404-405
                                  2. Capitol review, p. 406
                                  3. Sinclair for governor by John McFarland, pp. 407-409
                                  4. Kaiser-Permanente by Gladwin Hill, pp. 410-412
                                  5. Medi-Cal reforms by Robert Fairbanks, pp. 413-414
                                  6. Caution: spies at Work by Greg Krikorian, pp. 415-417
                                  7. Herbicide spraying by J.A. Savage, pp. 418-420
                                  8. A tale of two books by Richard Thomson#2, pp. 421-425
                                  9. Jim Nielsen by Rebecca LaVally, p. 426
                                  10. John Seymour by Larry Peterson, pp. 427-428
                                  11. Legislative Summary by A.G. Block, pp. 429-431
                                  12. Classifieds, p. 432
                                  13. Business directory, p. 432
                                  14. Juice bills, revisited by Dan Walters, p. 433
                                  15. Ballot front, p. 434
                                  16. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 435-436
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                                  December 1983 Issue = 20 Articles
                                  1. Up front, pp. 440-441
                                  2. Capitol review, p. 442
                                  3. Turbulent past, troubled future by Vic Pollard, pp. 443-444
                                  4. A good idea gone bad by Herbert Perry, p. 445
                                  5. Book review by Doug Willis, pp. 446-447
                                  6. Lining up to Shoot down Cranston by Richard Bergholz, pp. 448-449
                                  7. Staff Expertise by A.G. Block and Karin Petersen, p. 450
                                  8. Delegates by Tony Quinn and Robert Fairbanks, pp. 451-452
                                  9. Ballot Front, p. 453
                                  10. CRLA by Claire Cooper, pp. 454-456
                                  11. Gordon Duffy by Rick Rodriguez, pp. 457-458
                                  12. Punching holes by Dan Walters, pp. 459-461
                                  13. Rostrum, p. 462
                                  14. Radar and the Patrol by Charles McFadden, pp. 463-464
                                  15. Muscling UP by Charles Piller, pp. 465-466
                                  16. Roll Call, p. 467
                                  17. New in print, p. 468
                                  18. Business directory, p. 469
                                  19. Classifieds, p. 469
                                  20. Letter by Leo Rennert, pp. 470-472
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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 1994 = 12 Issues, 152 Articles
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                                                      Issues of 1995 = 12 Issues, 153 Articles
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                                                        Issues of 1996 = 12 Issues, 122 Articles
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                                                          Issues of 1997 = 12 Issues, 131 Articles
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                                                            Issues of 1998 = 12 Issues, 138 Articles
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                                                              Issues of 1999 = 12 Issues, 171 Articles
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                                                              Issues of the 2000s = 6 Years, 60 Issues, 809 Articles
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                                                                Issues of 2000 = 12 Issues, 149 Articles
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                                                                  Issues of 2001 = 12 Issues, 153 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