American State and Local Politics: Directions for the 21st Century

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FIGURE 1.15

Average Annual State Revenues by Source, 1960-90

FIGURE 1.26

Domestic Governmental Expenditures: Federal, State, and Local Shares from Own Funds

FIGURE 4.175

The Dynamics of Legislative Professionalization

TABLE 4.178

Average Legislative Operating Budget per Legislator

TABLE 4.279

Average Legislative Operating Budget per Legislator, 1956-90

TABLE 4.381

Legislative Salary with Expenses, 1956-1990

TABLE 4.482 Average Annual Legislator Compensation (salary plus expenses)
TABLE 4.583

Ratio of Legislator Compensation to State Per Capita Personal Income

TABLE 4.684

Percentage of New Members in Lower House, 1966-90

TABLE 4.785

Percentage of New Members in Lower House, by State

TABLE 4.887

Average Percentage of Democrats in State Legislatures

TABLE 4.987

Ratio of Legislators to Number of Committees in Lower Chamber

TABLE 4.1088

Average Session Length

TABLE 4.1190

State Term Limits as of 1998

FIGURE 5.1106

State Government Productivity, 1977-92

FIGURE 5.2107

State Government Professionalism, 1977-92

TABLE 5.1109

State Government Efficiency and Productivity, 1977, 1987, and 1992

TABLE 6.1126

States Beginning to Operate Intermediate Appellate Courts

TABLE 6.2127

The Number of Judges Serving in State Appellate Courts

TABLE 6.3132

Methods for Selecting State Court Judges: Courts of Last Resort, 1962-63

TABLE 6.4133

Methods for Selecting State Court Judges: Courts of Last Resort, 1996-97

FIGURE 7.1140

Distribution of Powers in Council- Manager Cities

TABLE 7.1142

Forms of Government by Size of City

TABLE 7.2146

Working Relationship Ratings of City Managers

TABLE 7.3152

Authority of Selected Mayors in Appointments and Budget

TABLE 7.4153

Formal Powers of Mayors in Mayor- Council Cities

FIGURE 7.2156

Types of Mayors in Mayor-Council Cities

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