A Legacy of Leadership: Governors and American History

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Index
abortion issue, 186, 187, 199
Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (ACIR), 159, 162, 163
African Americans, 10, 36, 76, 82, 113–14, 117, 179, 215. See also governors, diversity among
Agnew, Spiro, 133, 134
agriculture, 37, 61–62, 72–73, 125, 195
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), 149–50, 152–52, 166
air pollution, 198–99, 200
Akridge, C. E., 123–24
Alabama, 121–28
Alabama Commission on Higher Education, 124
Alexander, Lamar, 180
American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHO), 86, 87, 89
Andersen, Elmer, 113
Anderson, Marian, 76
Anderson, Sigurd, 102–3
Andrus, Cecil D., 135
antidiscrimination legislation, 75–76
antigovernment groups, 179
antiwar activism, 133
Apollo, 114
Arizona, 199–200
arms race, 112
Armstrong, Neil, 114, 133
Arroyo Seco Parkway, 89–90
Ashcroft, John, 158
Askew, Reubin, 128–29, 134
assassinations, 114
atomic weapons, 81–82
Autobahn, 90, 97
automotive industry, 83
Babbitt, Bruce, 195
Bagley, Bill, 147
Baker, Howard, 145
Baker, James, 144, 159
Baker, Ray Stannard, 20, 21
Ballantine, L. Y., 129
Barbour, Haley, 221
Barnett, Ross, 120
Bates, Daisy, 126
Batts, Deborah, 198
Batts, Foy, 122
Beckwith, Byron de la, 127
Beilenson, Anthony, 152
Bennett, John J., 70
Bentsen, Lloyd, 195
Berlin Wall, 157, 179
Bernstein, Carl, 134
Bilbo, Theodore G., 37, 46, 117
Black, Earl, 118–19, 128
Blanchard, Newton C., 2–3
Blanco, Kathleen, 221
Blanton, Ray, 131
blizzard (1978) relief, 186
block grants, 163, 164, 167, 168
Blue Star Memorial Highway, 95
Board of Education, New Jersey, 32
Boggs, Hale, 107
bonds, Louisiana, 49
Bonner, Cathy, 189
Bonus Army, 38
Boosalis, Helen, 186
boss system, 21
Bradley, Bill, 197
Bradley, Clark, 147
Branch Davidian siege, 179, 192–93, 196
Brewer, Albert, 126
Broder, David, 139
Brown, Edmund G. “Pat,” 114, 139, 140
Brown, Jerry, 153
Brownell, Herbert, 70, 78–79
Brown v. Board of Education, 82, 117
Bryan, William Jennings, 139
budget, 73–74; deficit, 141–42, 159, 179, 186, 199, 200; executive system, 205;

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