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  1. Auburn Dam
    A Faulty Business
    The Nation, May 7, 1977, pp. 563-564
  2. Auburn Dam aftershocks
    Between the Carter fund cut and the potential earthquake damage, this project rates as ...
    California Journal, May 1977, pp. 159-161
  3. Battling for Red Dog and You Bet
    In the mountain towns of the 1st District, Bizz Johnson and Gene Chappie are squaring o...
    California Journal, June 1980, pp. 227-244
  4. California Initiatives
    Proposition 9---A Fiscal Earthquake
    The Nation, May 24, 1980, p. 620
  5. California's power elite
    California Journal, January 1980, pp. 15-22
  6. The canal conflict
    It's Peripheral, not Panama, that the Brown Administration wants to "sell" in this elec...
    California Journal, January 1978, pp. 17-18
  7. Checkbook justice
    Governor Brown's new push for bail-bond reform has the industry singing the jailhouse b...
    California Journal, March 1979, pp. 109-110
  8. Chemical Additives
    California Fights Toxic Wastes
    The Nation, March 1, 1980, pp. 239-241
  9. Dilemma in the Delta
    Another environmental paradise is caught in a balancing act between man's needs and nat...
    California Journal, August 1976, pp. 277-279
  10. "Directive to Physicians"
    The Right to Die Decently
    The Nation, February 4, 1978, pp. 114-116
  11. The governor's surrogate brother
    The "mysterious" influence of Jacques Barzaghi on Jerry Brown may be simpler than the m...
    California Journal, March 1981, p. 107
  12. Guide to nuclear power
    Far from Three Mile Island, California is feeling the economic and political aftershock...
    California Journal, June 1979, pp. 200-207
  13. The hot ones: cowboy vs. patriot
    Up in the Gold Country, state Senator John Garamendi faces a high-noon duel with conser...
    California Journal, October 1980, pp. 385-386
  14. Huey Johnson, global dealer
    Part realist and part dreamer, the new Resources secretary knows he needs public suppor...
    California Journal, March 1978, pp. 80-81
  15. L.A.'s Big Thirst
    The California Water Wars
    The Nation, March 7, 1981, pp. 273-276
  16. Legal History of an Indian
    South Dakota vs. Dennis Banks
    The Nation, August 6, 1977, pp. 113-115
  17. Liquefied Natural Gas
    Bombs Floating in Our Harbors
    The Nation, November 26, 1977, pp. 557-558
  18. The long arm of the law
    The Dennis Banks extradition battle involves more than historic legal precedents.
    California Journal, July 1977, pp. 230-231
  19. 'Mr. Middle-America'
    Relaxing at home, Mike Curb tries out some new theme songs for his Sacramento debut.
    California Journal, January 1979, pp. 10-13
  20. Mystery of the missing millions
    The state Department of Aging has an unusual problem: how to spend money faster in orde...
    California Journal, September 1980, pp. 361-363
  21. The new fiscal watchdog
    Following in A. Alan Post's footsteps, Bill Hamm is looking for the same bipartisan sup...
    California Journal, October 1978, pp. 329-331
  22. Articles
    Pastures of Poison
    Suburbia Under the Spray Gun
    The Nation, May 19, 1984, pp. 599-601
  23. The pesticide treadmill
    DBCP is the latest reason to wonder whether California agriculture can reduce its relia...
    California Journal, December 1977, pp. 417-419
  24. The selling of California
    Foreign investors are buying big chunks of the state's landscape - and some powerful fo...
    California Journal, December 1978, pp. 409-411
  25. Tahoe's born-again saviors
    Two new weapons have been added to the save-the-lake arsenal, but Tahoe's future is sti...
    California Journal, January 1981, pp. 21-23
  26. The toxic-chemical storm
    Despite its pioneering efforts, California confronts a massive chemical-waste problem i...
    California Journal, December 1979, pp. 413-416
  27. The Toxic-waste dilemma
    Where will California put its hazardous chemicals as old landfills close and cleanup co...
    California Journal, December 1981, pp. 430-432
  28. Who owns California?
    With fewer farmers every year, the concentration of land holdings poses big questions f...
    California Journal, June 1981, pp. 221-223
  29. Woodchips to windmills
    California Journal, June 1978, pp. 187-188
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