West Virginia Politics and Government

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In the Politics and Governments of the American States series

Alabama Government and Politics By James D. Thomas and William H. Stewart

Alaska Politics and Government By Gerald A. McBeath and Thomas A. Morehouse

Arkansas Politics and Government: Do the People Rule? By Diane D. Blair

Colorado Politics and Government: Governing the Centennial State By Thomas E. Cronin and Robert D. Loevy

Illinois Politics and Government: The Expanding Metropolitan Frontier By Samuel K. Gove and James D. Nowlan

Kentucky Politics and Government: Do We Stand United? By Penny M. Miller

Maine Politics and Government By Kenneth T. Palmer, G. Thomas Taylor, and Marcus A. LiBrizzi

Michigan Politics and Government: Facing Change in a Complex State By William P. Browne and Kenneth VerBurg

Mississippi Government and Politics: Modernizers versus Traditionalists By Dale Krane and Stephen D. Shaffer

Nebraska Government and Politics Edited by Robert D. Miewald

Nevada Politics and Government: Conservatism in an Open Society By Don W. Driggs and Leonard E. Goodall

New Jersey Politics and Government: Suburban Politics Comes of Age By Barbara G. Salmore and Stephen A. Salmore

North Carolina Government and Politics By Jack D. Fleer

Oklahoma Politics and Policies: Governing the Sooner State By David R. Morgan, Robert E. England, and George G. Humphreys

South Carolina Politics and Government By Cole Blease Graham Jr. and William V. Moore

West Virginia Politics and Government By Richard A. Brisbin Jr., Robert Jay Dilger, Allan S. Hammock, and Christopher Z. Mooney

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