The Operation of the Initiative, Referendum and Recall in Oregon

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INDEX
INITIATIVE AND REPERENDUM.
Abolition of legislature, 129-30, 159-61.
Adoption, 3-5.
Advertisements, 287-8.
Amendment of constitution. See constitutional amendment.
Amendment of direct legislation by legislature, 145-56.
Amendment of initiative measures before submission to vote, 28-9.
Associations as authors, 18; as educators of voters, 97, 266-74, 280-8.
Authors of measures, 9-20. See Motives.
Ballot, length, 78-80; sample, 288.
Ballot titles, 8, 29, 43-4, 45, 52-3, 107-11.
Bibliography, 221-7.
Burden on voters, 78-85.
Campaign organization, 86; methods, 93-9. See Finance.
Combination of subjects in measures, 42, 43-6, 112-3.
Competition with legislature, 159-65.
Concealment of authorship, 13-6. See Fraud.
Conflict of measures, 7, 47-9, 115-7.
Conservatives. See Radicals.
Constitution, stability, 180-4.
Constitutional amendments, 6, 177-8, 180-4.
Constitutional convention, 177-9.
Constitutional limitations, applicable to direct legislation, 180-1; absence in legislation by initiative, 180-3; referendum as a substitute for constitutional limitations on legislature, 171-2.
Constitutionality of provisions for initiative and referendum, 128, note 2; constitutionality of measures determined by courts, 173-4.
INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM -- Cont.
Courts, relation to direct legislation, 173-6; interpretation, 173-4; declare unconstitutional, 173-4; "recall" of decisions, 174-6.
Deception. See Fraud.
Definitions, 5.
Division of statutes as check on referendum, 144.
Drafting measures. See Preparation.
Education of voters, 91-100.
Elections, interest, 101-3.
Emergency legislation, 132-44.
Executive, author of measures, 12-3, 126-7; veto of referendum measures, 10, 126; veto as protection against abuse of emergency clause, 135-9, 141; as protection against abuse in amendment and repeal of direct legislation by legislature, 146, 150, 152, 156; as cause of use of direct legislation, 163; influence of direct legislation on executive, 127.
Expenses, 87-90.
Federal matters, 187.
Finance, 87-90.
Form of measures, 50-3.
Fraud, 13-6, 29, 42-4, 65-74.
Governor. See Executive.
History, 3-5.
Individuals as authors, 16-8.
Information for voters, 93-9, 254-74, 275-9, 287-8.
Intelligence in voting, 99-100, 107-25.
Interest in elections, 101-3.
Interests, 21-5, 113-5.
Interpretation of measures by courts, 173-4.

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