A Policy Approach to Political Representation: Lessons from the Four Corners States

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Index
Abelson, R. P., 12fn
Agenda priorities, 17, 19, 33-36, 37, 71, 189
comparisons, 58-60
cues to legislators, 60, 180, see also Linkage mechanisms
representativeness, 33, 37
spending priorities, 20, 97-99
Agriculture
water needs, 29, 89t, 103, 106-107, 108, 112, 118-120, 122, 127, 131
Air pollution, 1, 28, 82t, 83t, 139, 140, 142-145t, 146, 148, 150, 152, 154-158t, 163, 170, 171t, 180, 197
Albrecht, Stan, 159fn
Arizona
geography, 23, 24-25, 26, 28
governorship, 68
population growth, 27, 121, 122t
voter opinion of, 190t, 191, 192t
Arizona State Legislature, 5, 6, 71
leadership, 44
party control, 67, 94-95
professionalism, 177
salaries, 41
senate size, 40
sessions, 40
staff, 42
voter opinion of, 193t
water policy, 130-131
Automobile insurance

no fault, 79, 89t

Baker v. Carr, 4
Baldwin, Malcolm F., 24fn
Bebout, John E., 4fn
Belief systems
legislators, 86-87, 93, 99, 159, 185
shared, 14fn, 19, 50, 58, 62, 175, 187, 189
voters, 11, 12fn, 74, 85, 165, 183, 184-185
see also Issue clusters
Benefit-cost factors, 6, 14, 37, 60, 130, 143, 150, 165, see also Tradeoffs
Boomtowns, 1, 32-33, 82t, 137, 138- 139, 141, 146
Boynton, C. R., 8fn, 75fn
Broner, Leonard, 33fn, 137fn
Brookshire, D. S., 137fn
Buchanan, William, 9fn, 12fn, 40fn
Busing, 77t, 78, 88t, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 185, 187
Buttel, Frederick H., 81fn, 134fn
Campbell, Angus, 10fn, 13fn
Cantril, Hadley, 76
Carlisle, Nancy, 33fn, 137fn
Carter Administration

water policy, 109

Caulfield, Henry, 17fn
Central Arizona Project, 24-25, 80-81, 84t, 102, 109, 110-111, 170
Christenson, J., 133fn
Citizen trust. See Skepticism domain
Citizens' Conference on State Legislatures, 5-6, 15fn
Civil rights issues, 3, 16fn, see also Busing
Clark, Cal and Janet, 41fn
Coal
development, 23-24, 26, 29
gasification, 24, 107
severance tax, 160-162
slurry pipelines, 107, 116
voter concern, 117, 118
water needs, 29, 107, 116
see also Strip mining
Cobb, Roger W., 17fn, 33fn, 57fn Colorado, 5, 18, 29
geography, 23-26
governorship, 69, 174
political parties, 93, 95t
population
ethnic makeup, 26, 32
growth, 27
voter opinion of, 190, 191, 192t
Colorado River, 23, 107-108, 139
management, 5, 24-25, 28, 80-81
Colorado River Basin Storage Project Act of 1956, 105
Colorado River Basin Bill of 1968, 105
Colorado River Compact of 1922, 107
Colorado State Legislature
leadership, 43
party control, 67-68, 94
salary, 41
senate size, 40
sessions, 40
staff, 42
voter opinion of, 193

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