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California Journal • 36 Years, 418 Issues, 5,771 Articles, 18,310pp
October 1991 Issue - 14 Articles
- Up Front, p. 442
- Rostrum, p. 443
- The broken elephant, pp. 444-448
The Assembly Republican caucus has been in decline for several years, and it reached it...
- Ballot Front, p. 449
- The Republican Caucus, pp. 450-455
Profiles of 31 Assembly Republicans (not including B.T. Collins and Mickey Conroy, elec...
- Tom Campbell, p. 456
Republican U. S. Senate candidate Tom Campbell seems like the perfect candidate -- on p...
- Bruce Herschensohn, pp. 457-462
Commentator Bruce Herschensohn carries the conservative banner in his second bid for th...
- Soapbox, pp. 463-465
- Twinport, pp. 466-470
Will San Diego's replacement for Lindbergh Field be in Mexico?
- Radioactive rabbits, pp. 471-478
A low-grade nuclear dump site has a lot of people concerned about hot trash in Californ...
- Candidates and corn flakes, pp. 479-480
Buying television time for campaigns has become yet another political specialty.
- Justice for sale, pp. 481-483
A system of private judges means faster decisions for those who can afford to pay.
- Washington Perspective, pp. 484-486
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