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  • California Political Review
    Total Archives: 21 Years, 106 Issues, 1,580 Articles, 4,252pp
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1990s
      = 10 Years, 48 Issues, 720 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of the 2000s
        = 10 Years, 55 Issues, 827 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of the 2010s
          = 1 Year, 3 Issues, 33 Articles
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          1. California Political Review,
            Jan/Feb 2000 Issue, 17 Articles, 40pp
            U.S. Senate Candidate Ray Haynes by John Kurzweil
          2. California Political Review,
            Mar/Apr 2000 Issue, 19 Articles, 40pp
            California Primary 2000
            Whom should the Republicans nominate?
          3. California Political Review,
            May/June 2000 Issue, 12 Articles, 41pp
            A Communist Dragon Challenges the West by Leon S. McKinney
          4. California Political Review,
            Jul/Aug 2000 Issue, 13 Articles, 41pp
            P.O.R.C.---Projects of Regional Concern by Ray Haynes
            Republicans win two battles. One with themselves. The second with the Democrats.
          5. California Political Review,
            Sep/Oct 2000 Issue, 17 Articles, 42pp
            The Imponderable Al Gore
          6. California Political Review,
            Nov/Dec 2000 Issue, 22 Articles, 43pp
            Presidential Sweepstakes 2000
          7. California Political Review,
            Jan/Feb 2001 Issue, 16 Articles, 40pp
            What Divides Us? by John Kurzweil
          8. California Political Review,
            Mar/Apr 2001 Issue, 18 Articles, 41pp
            The Charmed Life of Gray Davis by Rob Stutzman
          9. California Political Review,
            May/June 2001 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            The Perfect Budget Storm by Ray Haynes
          10. California Political Review,
            Jul/Aug 2001 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            William E. Simon, Jr., Republican for Governor
          11. California Political Review,
            Sep/Oct 2001 Issue, 11 Articles, 41pp
            The Parsky Plan by John Kurzweil
            Will a state party overhaul cure GOP woes? Or merely end grass roots last claim to power?
          12. California Political Review,
            Nov/Dec 2001 Issue, 15 Articles, 41pp
            Republican Self-Mutilation by George Neumayr
            Dick Riordan's run for governor
          13. California Political Review,
            Jan/Feb 2002 Issue, 14 Articles, 42pp
            Political Oxymoron by John Kurzweil
            Bill Jones's unorthodox road to the 2002 governor's race.
          14. California Political Review,
            Mar/Apr 2002 Issue, 14 Articles, 76pp
            Choosing a Future
            CPR handicaps the March primary
          15. California Political Review,
            May/June 2002 Issue, 12 Articles, 42pp
            Gray Davis, The First Term
            A CPR chronology, compiled from news reports and original sources.
          16. California Political Review,
            Jul/Aug 2002 Issue, 12 Articles, 41pp
            Simon/Davis Head-to-Head
            Discussing issues, politics, the campaign
          17. California Political Review,
            Sep/Oct 2002 Issue, 13 Articles, 41pp
            The End of (California) History? by John Kurzweil
            So it's all settled: the Golden State is "liberal"---don't bet on it.
          18. California Political Review,
            Nov/Dec 2002 Issue, 15 Articles, 72pp
            Assault on the Democrat Monolith
            Can Bill Simon Restore California's Two-Party System?
          19. California Political Review,
            Jan/Feb 2003 Issue, 16 Articles, 40pp
            Conan...Terminator...GOP Standard Bearer?
            Two Views of Arnold Schwarzenegger
          20. California Political Review,
            Mar/Apr 2003 Issue, 12 Articles, 44pp
            Like Clockwork by Ron Nehring
            Crafting a smooth-running, highly effective county party
          21. California Political Review,
            May/Jun 2003 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            Contrived Budget Crisis
          22. California Political Review,
            Jul/Aug 2003 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            Initiative, Referendum, Recall
          23. California Political Review,
            Sep/Oct 2003 Issue, 20 Articles, 40pp
            People Power
            Hiram Johnson's Gift to California. The nation watches as Golden State voters prepare to set off an earthquake.
          24. California Political Review,
            Nov/Dec 2003 Issue, 18 Articles, 40pp
            Yes, Virginia, there is a MANDATE
            A How to Manual for the Schwarzenegger Revolution
          25. California Political Review,
            Jan/Feb 2004 Issue, 16 Articles, 40pp
            Wide Open Town
            New Day for California education? In need of a miracle.
          26. California Political Review,
            Mar/Apr 2004 Issue, 23 Articles, 40pp
            The Top 73 Reasons
            California's budgets don't Balance
          27. California Political Review,
            May/Jun 2004 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            In the Hurricane's Eye
            Department of Finance Director Donna Arduin
          28. California Political Review,
            Jul/Aug 2004 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            Seeking the Narrow Door
            Arnold Schwarzenegger takes on Democrat obscructionism
          29. California Political Review,
            September/October 2004 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            Schwarzenegger's Radical Idea by George M. Passantino
          30. California Political Review,
            November/December 2004 Issue, 16 Articles, 40pp
            Spirit of the Recall by William E. Saracino
            Will voters make the Schwarzenegger revolution permanent?
          31. California Political Review,
            January/February 2005 Issue, 14 Articles, 40pp
            Four Reforms by John Kurzweil
            Schwarzenegger takes on the spending lobby, big labor, and gerrymandering
          32. California Political Review,
            March/April 2005 Issue, 19 Articles, 40pp
            High Stakes Gamble
            The Governor and the Legislature play for all the chips
          33. California Political Review,
            May 2005 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            A terrible thing to waste by Ray Haynes
            Why liberals want the high school exit exam quashed
          34. California Political Review,
            July 2005 Issue, 16 Articles, 40pp
            Big labor's political battering rams
            How labor bosses spend forced dues to call the shots in Sacramento
          35. California Political Review,
            September 2005 Issue, 14 Articles, 40pp
            Lew Uhler...
          36. California Political Review,
            November 2005 Issue, 19 Articles, 40pp
            Role Model by William E. Saracino
            Schwartzenegger finally hitting stride
          37. California Political Review,
            January 2006 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            A Party with the Courage of No Convictions? by John Kurzweil
          38. California Political Review,
            March 2006 Issue, 13 Articles, 40pp
            Tom McClintock's Bully Pulpit
          39. California Political Review,
            May 2006 Issue, 13 Articles, 40pp
            Does the rule of law matter?
          40. California Political Review,
            July 2006 Issue, 14 Articles, 40pp
            Big Government by Ray Haynes
            California enacts its first $100 billion-plus budget
          41. California Political Review,
            September 2006 Issue, 13 Articles, 40pp
            Cover Article: Re-elect express? by John Kurzweil
          42. California Political Review,
            November 2006 Issue, 17 Articles, 40pp
            The Issue by John Kurzweil
            Beyond the campaign spin, theme, and hype
          43. California Political Review,
            March 2007 Issue, 17 Articles, 40pp
            The California GOP: Mapping Post-Partisan Land
            A California Political Review Roundtable
          44. California Political Review,
            July 2007 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            Sinclair Paint Spill by Ray Haynes
          45. California Political Review,
            November 2007 Issue, 17 Articles, 40pp
            Arnold Schwarzenegger: Reviving a classicl film role by John Kurzweil
          46. California Political Review,
            January 2008 Issue, 13 Articles, 40pp
            Rallying for the Pledge by Patrick Korten
          47. California Political Review,
            March 2008 Issue, 13 Articles, 40pp
            Why I'm voting for John McCain by William E. Saracino
          48. California Political Review,
            May 2008 Issue, 12 Articles, 40pp
            Green Gone Wild
            Elevating Nature Above Human Rights
          49. California Political Review,
            July 2008 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            Savvy Politico by Ray Haynes
            California's shrewd governor betrays his Party
          50. California Political Review,
            November 2008 Issue, 13 Articles, 40pp
            Happy Christmas
          51. California Political Review,
            January 2009 Issue, 11 Articles, 40pp
            Man-Made Drought
          52. California Political Review,
            March 2009 Issue, 13 Articles, 40pp
            California's New Tax Revolt
          53. California Political Review,
            May 2009 Issue, 15 Articles, 40pp
            Leadership
          54. California Political Review,
            August 2009 Issue, 13 Articles, 40pp
            Corner Office Sweepstakes
            California's Leading GOP Gubernatorial Candidates
          55. California Political Review,
            November 1, 2009 Issue, 12 Articles, 40pp
            Going Part-Time?
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          1. Right meets left, abortion foes meet abortion supporters, strict constructionists meet ...
            California Political Review
            , Jan/Feb 2001, pp. 19-20 - PDF
          2. The answer is both yes and no, depending on what one means by the phrase.
            California Political Review
            , Mar/Apr 2001, pp. 24-27 - PDF
          3. Features 
            A seven-month legislative novice learns what Democrats in office really care about.
            California Political Review
            , Sep/Oct 2001, pp. 11-12 - PDF
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            Between the Alps and a Hard Place, by Angelo M. Codevilla
            1. Between the Alps and a Hard Place by Angelo M. Codevilla
            California Political Review
            , Jan/Feb 2001, pp. 34-35 - PDF
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            Spark's Treat, by Jack Stevens
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Nov/Dec 2001, pp. 36-38 - PDF
          6. Features 
            Liberal legislators spend massively from capital gains taxes -- the state's most volati...
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Jul/Aug 2001, pp. 12-13 - PDF
          7. ....which is just what we'll need to clean up the mess the Clinton years created.
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Jan/Feb 2001, pp. 21-23 - PDF
          8. An unedifying tale of liberal hypocrisy carried to almost Animal Farm lengths -- USF go...
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , May/June 2001, pp. 26-29 - PDF
          9. Departments 
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Jan/Feb 2001, p. 2 - PDF
          10. Departments 
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Mar/Apr 2001, p. 2 - PDF
          11. Departments 
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , May/June 2001, p. 2 - PDF
          12. Departments 
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Jul/Aug 2001, p. 2 - PDF
          13. Departments 
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Sep/Oct 2001, p. 2 - PDF
          14. Departments 
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Nov/Dec 2001, p. 2 - PDF
          15. A first look
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Jul/Aug 2001, p. 18 - PDF
          16. A 'pragmatic' Republican
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Jul/Aug 2001, pp. 19-25 - PDF
          17. An articulate, likable conservative
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Jul/Aug 2001, p. 19 - PDF
          18. He controls no candidates, campaigns, or GOP office holders, but the CRP chairman is bl...
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Sep/Oct 2001, pp. 16-26 - PDF
          19. Attaining a level of political sagacity last seen when they rallied 'round Dan Lungren,...
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Nov/Dec 2001, pp. 18-22 - PDF
          20. Features 
            Davis's career may be void of substantive accomplishment or even evidence of a commitme...
            1. Spark's Tract by Jack R. Stevens
            California Political Review
            , Mar/Apr 2001, pp. 19-23 - PDF