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  1. Behind the Speaker's image
    A portrayal of a very private man, taking some of the mystery out of McCarthy.
    California Journal, June 1976, pp. 178-181
  2. The CalTrans crusade
    California Journal, November 1976, p. 369
  3. Coastline conservation deadline
    Special interests want their sacred cows protected in the coastal bill. Which will be d...
    California Journal, August 1976, pp. 267-268
  4. An extraordinary newsletter
    This questionnaire brings a voter face to face with some of the toughest dilemmas in la...
    California Journal, April 1977, pp. 136-137
  5. Fong Eu's thankless job
    Jerry Brown took all the reform publicity when he was Secretary of State. It's a tough ...
    California Journal, December 1976, pp. 421-422
  6. Ken Maddy: the growers' candidate
    The odds are long but power-starved farmers are backing one of their own for the GOP gu...
    California Journal, June 1977, pp. 191-192
  7. Lawmakers' anti-Arab surprise package
    A law to stop the discriminatory effects of the Arab boycott is producing legal and eco...
    California Journal, January 1977, pp. 8-10
  8. Legislators' salary conflict
    Are low salaries forcing our lawmakers to grovel for fringes and freebies, or are they ...
    California Journal, November 1976, p. 375
  9. The Legislature's Asian non-caucus
    Three Asian-American lawmakers, three sets of goals and no concerted caucus.
    California Journal, February 1977, pp. 57-58
  10. Party caususes' power (or lack of it)
    Some lawmakers explain votes as caucus positions . . . how do caucuses fit into the pow...
    California Journal, October 1976, pp. 330-332
  11. Pauline Davis: one-of-a-kind
    Well known for her independence, the Assemblywoman's retirement will leave an unfillabl...
    California Journal, September 1976, pp. 303-305
  12. The 'right-to-die' debate
    Is allowing the terminally ill the right to a natural death a step toward (or away) fro...
    California Journal, July 1976, pp. 217-218
  13. Senator Campbell's sunset soup
    Campbell wants to cook hot soup for the state bureaucracy, but others want to study the...
    California Journal, March 1977, p. 97
  14. Wanted: labor peacemaker
    The warfare on the school board is at a fever pitch, and there isn't a Henry Kissinger ...
    California Journal, May 1977, pp. 167-168
  15. Yet another bargaining board
    The new education board must reach out for the same brass ring that has so long eluded ...
    California Journal, April 1976, p. 123
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