State and Local Governments

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STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

CHARLES R. ADRIAN PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE

SECOND EDITION

McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY NEW YORK ST. LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO TORONTO LONDON SYDNEY

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • 1 - The Nation We Live In 1
  • Selected Readings 38
  • 2 - Ideology for the Grass Roots 75
  • 3 - Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations 77
  • Selected Readings 110
  • 4 - Rules for Rule Making 113
  • Selected Readings 129
  • 5 - The Electorate 131
  • Selected Readings 148
  • 6 - State and Local Political Systems 150
  • Selected Readings 173
  • 7 - Intergroup Activity and Political Power 176
  • Selected Readings 195
  • 8 Forms of Government 198
  • Selected Readings 230
  • 9 - Government in Metropolitan Areas 232
  • Selected Readings 258
  • 10 - Executive Officers 261
  • Selected Readings 291
  • 11 - Administration 294
  • Selected Readings 315
  • 12 - The Bureaucracy 318
  • Selected Readings 331
  • Selected Readings 356
  • 14 - Legislative Behavior and Apportionment 358
  • Selected Readiings 385
  • 15 - Law and the Judiciary 386
  • Selected Readings 411
  • 16 - Civil Rights and Liberties 413
  • Selected Readings 437
  • 17 - Revenues and Expenditures 439
  • Selected Readings 469
  • 18 - Education 471
  • Selected Readings 496
  • 19 - Public Health and Welfare 498
  • Selected Readings 522
  • 20 - Land and Water Policies 525
  • Selected Readings 555
  • 21 - Regulation and Public Safety 558
  • Selected Readings 577
  • Epilogue 579
  • Name Index 589
  • Subject Index 601
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