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by John L. Korey
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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    John L. Korey
  • ISBN:
    0395905613
  • ISBN13:
    978-0395905616
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  • Publisher:
    Houghton Mifflin College Div; 2 edition (December 1, 1998)
  • Pages:
    150 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Politics & Government
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John L. Korey has taught American and California Politics at California Polytechnic University for nearly .

John L. Korey has taught American and California Politics at California Polytechnic University for nearly forty years. Korey has presented numerous conference papers and written many articles on California politics. This book has a wealth of details that are relevant in our politics and society, as well as easy to find and understand.

California government. by. Korey, John L. Publication date. California - Politics and government. Boston : Houghton Mifflin. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

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Offers a focus on the institutional and behavioural aspects of the state's political foundations. This text aims to fulfil the state politics requirement of the California State University system. It contains analysis of the recall of California State and Government officials in 2003.

California has an extensive and complicated system of local government that manages public functions throughout the state. Like most states, California is divided into counties, of which there are 58 (including San Francisco) covering the entire state. Most urbanized areas are incorporated as cities, though not all of California is within the boundaries of a city. School districts, which are independent of cities and counties, handle public education.

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Published January 9, 2002 by Houghton Mifflin Company.

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Thoroughly updated with coverage of the 2008 elections, this easy-to-use text offers a balanced exploration of the institutional and behavioral aspects of the state's political foundations.

Hǻrley Quinn
yawn. boring.
Cashoutmaster
Book was in great condition
Granirad
textbook, it is what it is
Leceri
Had to get this for a 1 unit college course. Turned out to be an interesting read. I lent it to my brother, because I felt that after reading it, I understood a whole lot more about how my state functions.
Kahavor
This book was easy to follow. I was not intimidated by the size of the book. I felt the book was up to date and not meant to be an all inclusive history book about government. I bought this book for a Political Science course, but many people at work want to read this book once the class is over.
Shem
Good, for one tough Hybrd format Pol. Sci. class.
Marelyne
I was required to read this book for my political science class. It has a little humor and it us very easy to read. I enjoyed reading this book over any other required book.
This is a well-presented, comprehensive account of California government. I use the latest edition of the book in my American Politics class. This book has a wealth of details that are relevant in our politics and society, as well as easy to find and understand. Have you ever wanted to know exactly how many state-wide officials are elected in California and who they are? You will find the answer in this book. What is the structure of the judiciary and how has it been reformed since 1998, when the voters passed the initiative that streamlined the system? The answer is here. I like this book and recommend it to undergraduate students who study California politics and professors who teach the subject on the undegraduate level. By the way, I mean "students" in the most general sense. Even if you are not in college but want to really know more about California politics rather than read a bombastic, sensationalist account of current events, pick up this book.