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  1. The advertising arms race
    California Journal, October 1978, pp. 316-318
  2. Bankrolling primaries
    Kennedy, Carter and Brown are all using California dollars to finance their do-or-die c...
    California Journal, February 1980, pp. 57-58
  3. Bradley for governor in '82?
    Even some of his best friends are worrying this year about the LA mayor's leadership gap.
    California Journal, August 1978, pp. 250-251
  4. Campaign '82: Guberr atorial image-makers
    The real contenders next year will be the men who package the major candidates for tele...
    California Journal, December 1981, p. 413
  5. Carter's man in California
    LA attorney Mickey Kantor thinks that running the president's campaign is a crusade, no...
    California Journal, October 1980, pp. 379-380
  6. Catching up with the times
    Always fat and wealthy, the Los Angeles Times now shows signs of becoming a brighter, m...
    California Journal, April 1979, pp. 121-123
  7. Chauvinists' revenge?
    Critics and budget-cutters are lining up to take pot shots at the state's embattled Com...
    California Journal, June 1981, pp. 213-216
  8. Curb's Kitchenettes
    Behind every politician is an army of advisers and fund-raisers - little-known powers ...
    California Journal, July 1981, pp. 232-234
  9. Davis v. Cline on the right
    California Journal, May 1980, p. 183
  10. The Democratic convention
    Tony Coelho, Henry Waxman, Willie's big bash - and other vignettes from the Democrats' ...
    California Journal, September 1984, pp. 361-363
  11. The dilemma of Tom Hayden
    California Democrats may have to stop hating the ex-radical who wants to come in from t...
    California Journal, January 1982, pp. 13-15
  12. The emerging Jewish politicians
    An increasing number of Jews are trading behind-the-scenes roles for active candidacies...
    California Journal, April 1980, pp. 146-148
  13. The fierce fight for AG
    There are no holds barred in the battle for attorney general between Van de Kamp and Ni...
    California Journal, October 1982, pp. 361-364
  14. The first Daughter
    Maureen Reagan's "father connection" is not the only asset she would carry into the GOP...
    California Journal, September 1981, pp. 319-320
  15. Getting the message in LA
    California Journal, April 1981, pp. 131-132
  16. Henry Waxman, little big man
    California Journal, August 1982, pp. 269-271
  17. The Hollywood-Washington connection
    The yellow-brick road to Washington now passes through Hollywood, where smart politicia...
    California Journal, August 1979, pp. 265-268
  18. Hollywood's pied piper
    Norman Fleishman is a different kind of promoter, one whose products are liberal causes.
    California Journal, August 1983, p. 312
  19. LA's new politicians
    Taking their cue from Jerry Brown, several newcomers are polishing their electable images.
    California Journal, January 1978, pp. 9-11
  20. Los Angeles
    The political comers
    California Journal, January 1980, pp. 9-10
  21. Mayor Bradley's new image
    Re-election in Los Angeles was just a prelude to Tom Bradley's campaign to become gover...
    California Journal, August 1981, pp. 273-274
  22. Mike Antonovich's new hat
    When the governor called, the chairman of the LA board of supervisors found time for a ...
    California Journal, May 1983, pp. 183-185
  23. Olympics LA-style
    Mayor Bradley and Company are determined to stage the 1984 Games at no cost to the taxp...
    California Journal, June 1981, pp. 217-218
  24. Outrageous Art Snyder
    This LA councilman courts controversy, beats recalls - and delivers for his Hispanic di...
    California Journal, May 1982, pp. 155-157
  25. Presidential parades for '84
    Alan Cranston may be the only announced candidate, but some state Democrats are already...
    California Journal, March 1983, pp. 93-95
  26. Promises, promises
    "We'll do better this time," say Los Angeles media types as another political season op...
    California Journal, April 1978, pp. 105-108
  27. Rock-n-roll campaigning
    California Journal, June 1978, pp. 177-182
  28. A rocky road for Pete Kelly
    The Democrats' new state chairman worked to get the job and wants to revitalize the party.
    California Journal, February 1983, pp. 81-82
  29. Shootout on gun control
    Backers of handgun registration will seek from voters the kind of law that the gun lobb...
    California Journal, June 1982, pp. 195-197
  30. The Spartan spectacle
    Can Los Angeles really afford to host the Olympic games of 1984?
    California Journal, February 1978, pp. 41-44
  31. Struggle for the Senate
    Pete Wilson will aim at Jerry Brown's record while the governor hits Reaganomics and ba...
    California Journal, July 1982, pp. 253-255
  32. Tom Bradley's '82 gamble
    After winning a third term, the mayor of Los Angeles will be wondering whether a black ...
    California Journal, January 1981, pp. 10-12
  33. UC and its weapons labs
    Cutting the University's ties with its nuclear facilities involves both academic princi...
    California Journal, September 1979, pp. 315-317
  34. The West Side shuffle
    When the Berman brothers speak, Democratic candidates of West Los Angeles listen, as th...
    California Journal, April 1982, pp. 130-132
  35. Whither Jerry Brown?
    Is the governor growing up politically or just trying new tricks in yet another bid for...
    California Journal, November 1980, pp. 415-416
  36. Whither the Berman brothers?
    Wounded in the savage speakership battle, the Berman team is regrouping for new campaigns.
    California Journal, March 1981, pp. 97-98
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