Power and Politics in California by Ken Debow

Power and Politics in California

byKen Debow, John C Syer

Paperback | February 29, 2008

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Now in its ninth edition,Power and Politics in Californiacontinues its tradition of asking Californians to take a hard and systematic look at their state governance, and engage themselves in a critical analysis of what is working, what is not, and what changes need to be made for the state to meet the increasingly formidable challenges it faces.The era of Arnold is now in its mid-stages, and the rise of this very different political personality has had significant impacts on the state. This ninth edition provides analysis of Governor Schwarzenegger in context and looks forward to how California's fiscal condition, educational system, and response to diversity will play a vital role in shaping the state's politics in the future.

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Ken DeBowis Professor at California State University at SacramentoJohn C. Syeris Professor atCalifornia State University at Sacramento

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Title:Power and Politics in CaliforniaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 0.1 × 0.1 × 0.1 inPublished:February 29, 2008Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0205622194

ISBN - 13:9780205622191

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Preface.PART I CALIFORNIA POLITICS: THE IMMEDIATE AND HISTORIC BACKDROP 1. California's Wild Ride: A Very Different Kind of Governor 2. California's Political History.PART II CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT'S CONSTITUTIONAL BRANCHES3. The California Legislature. 4. The Executive Branch. 5. The California Judiciary. 6. Local Government in California.PART III LINKING THE PUBLIC TO THE SYSTEM7. Interest Group Power in California. 8. Political Parties and the Media: Linking the Public to the Process. 9. Elections in California.PART IV CALIFORNIA'S POLITICAL FUTURE: FISCAL AND HUMAN CHALLENGES10. Budgetary Politics in California. 11. Big State, Big Challenges