North Carolina Government & Politics

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TABLES, MAPS, AND FIGURES

TABLES
1. Per Capita Income in North Carolina and as Percentage of National Average, 1932-90, 34
2. North Carolina Constitutional Amendments, 1869-1992 , 54
3. North Carolina General Assembly: Profiles of Members, 1971-93, 70
4. Growth of Legislative Staff, 1931-92 , 79
5. Number of Bills Introduced and Passed, 1981-93 , 84
6. Departments of the State Executive , 98
7. North Carolina Supreme Court Cases with Dissent, 1916-90 , 131
8. General Court of Justice Caseload, 1980-90 , 138
9. Caseload per Selected Personnel on General Court of Justice , 148
10. Registration of North Carolina Voters, by Party, 1966-92 , 155
11. Party Identification in North Carolina, 1968-92 , 157
12. Republicans in the North Carolina Legislature, by Decade , 161
13. Expenditures of the Democratic and Republican Parties , 166
14. Public Funds Paid to Parties in North Carolina , 167
15. Registration of Lobbyists, 1969-91 , 178
16. Interests Represented by North Carolina Lobbyists , 179
17. Five Most Influential Interest Groups in North Carolina , 183
18. Comparison of Interest Group Rankings , 185
19. Local Government Revenue Sources , 203
20. Local Government Expenditures, by Function , 205
21. Number of Local Government Units, 1931-92 , 207
22. Index of Local Autonomy, by Area , 211
23. Federal Expenditures in North Carolina, FY 1991 , 233
24. General Fund State Tax and Nontax Revenue, 1990-91 , 246
25. Total Authorized Expenditures, 1990-91 , 249
26. Per Capita Expenditures in the Nation and North Carolina, FY 1990, 251

MAPS
1. North Carolina: Geographic Regions and Metropolitan Counties , 31
2. North Carolina Congressional Districts , 222

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