North Carolina Government & Politics

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Index
Adams, J. Allen, 184
Administrative Office of the Courts, 133-34, 150, 267
Administrative Procedure Act, 68, 99
Advisory Budget Commission, 59, 94, 102, 243-44
Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (acir), 210-11, 234
African Americans: economic status, 20; in education, 12, 22, 255; in office, 69, 123, 140, 149, 151, 174, 214-15; political participation, 13, 19, 178-79, 195-96; voting, 154, 264. See alsoSlavery
Agriculture, 33
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (afdc), 204
Alley, Zebulon, 178, 184
Anderson, Gene, 57
Anti-Federalists, 6
Appalachian Regional Commission, 231
Aycock, Charles Brantley, 11, 12, 122, 209
Baer, Michael, 185, 187-88
Bailey, J. Ruffin, 184
Baker v. Carr, 266
Banks, 178, 183; lobbying by, 186
Barnes, Henson, 86
Basic Education Program (bep), 252, 258-59, 260-61, 263
Bassett, John S., 2
Baum, Lawrence, 128
Bayh, Birch, 226
Beck, Paul Allen, 164
Bell Commission, 132
Bell, J. Spencer, 132
Beyle, Thad, 57, 101, 158
Bickett, Thomas W., 12
Billings, Dwight, 11
Billings, Rhoda, 142-43
Black, Earl, 14, 23, 30, 35, 122
Black, Merle, 23, 30, 35
Black Legislative Caucus, 179
Blount, William, 6
Blue, Dan, 64, 91, 261
Boards and commissions, 112-13, 198, 200, 216
Branch, Joseph, 142-43

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