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State Government in the United States

By: Holcombe, Arthur N. (Arthur Norman), 1884-1977

... THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE STATE GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES THE MACMILLAN COMPANY NBW YORK BOSTON CH... ...N BOMBAY CALCUTTA MELBOURNE THE MACMILLAN CO. OF CANADA. LTD. TORONTO STATE GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES BY p ARTHUR NV HOLCOMBE ASSISTANT PROFESS... ...VERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES BY p ARTHUR NV HOLCOMBE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF GOVERNMENT IN HARVARD UNIVERSITY gorfc THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1920 All rig... .... 8. Gushing Co. Berwick& Smith Co. Norwood, Mass., U.S.A. TO MY WIFE " No government can now expect to be permanent unless it guarantees progress a... ...ress." J. S. MILL : The French Revolution and its Assailants. PREFACE STATE GOVERNMENT in the United States is a subject on which many books might be... ...s book is designed to furnish a critical analysis of the principles of state government in the United States. Beginning with a statement of the princi... ...e United States. Beginning with a statement of the principles upon which the governments of the original states were estab- lished, it explains how th... ...he original states were estab- lished, it explains how the original forms of government have developed in response to changing conditions, how the pre... ...ent have developed in response to changing conditions, how the present state governments are meeting present needs, and concludes with a brief conside...

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State Government in the United States

By: Holcombe, Arthur N. (Arthur Norman), 1884-1977

...• BOMBAY • CALCUTTA MELBOURNE THE MACMILLAN CO. OF CANADA, Ltd. TORONTO STATE GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES BY ARTHUR N. HOLCOMBE ASSISTANT PROFESS... ...E GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES BY ARTHUR N. HOLCOMBE ASSISTANT PROFESSOrToF GOVERNMENT IN HARVARD UNIVERSITY THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1916 AJi rights ... .... Gushing Co. — Berwick <fe Smith Co. Norwood, Mass., U.S.A. TO MY WIFE " No government can now expect to be permanent unless it guarantees progress... ...ogress." J. S. Mill : The French Revolution and its Assailants. PREFACE State Government in the United States is a subject on which many books might ... ...his book is designed to furnish a critical analysis of the principles of state government in the United States. Beginning with a statement of the prin... ...the United States. Beginning with a statement of the principles upon which the governments of the original states were estab- lished, it explains how ... ... the original states were estab- lished, it explains how the original forms of government have developed in response to changing conditions, how the p... ...nment have developed in response to changing conditions, how the present state governments are meeting present needs, and concludes with a brief consi... ...e book is not solely concerned with the political philosophy of American state government. It also treats of the more practical problems arising out o...

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State government in the United States

By: Holcombe, Arthur N. (Arthur Norman), 1884-1977
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Statewide Lease Report : Year 1998

By: Montana. Department of Administration. General Services Division

... and federal appropriations for its funding. In the event state or federal government funds available for this purpose are reduced, the Department may... ...ic rental increase . 2. Cost of Living - A clause which ties the rent to a government cost of living index, with periodic adjustments as the index cha... ...ral Page 31 appropriations for its funding. In the event state or federal government funds availcible for this purpose are reduced the Department may...

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Statewide Lease Report : Year 1993

By: Montana. Department of Administration. General Services Division

... and federal appropriations for its funding. In the event state or federal government funds available for this purpose are reduced, the Department may... ...dic rental increase. 2. Cost of Living - A clause which ties the rent to a government cost of living index, with periodic adjustments as the index cha... ...TH ADDRESS: 1015 BROADWATER, STE 20 CITY : BILLINGS AGENCY FUNCTION: LOCAL GOVERNMENT TERM: OWNER/LESSOR : RICHARD E. LEE, MANAGER ANNUAL RENT: $1,200... ... MONTH ADDRESS: DION BUILDING, RM 5 CITY : GLENDIVE AGENCY FUNCTION: LOCAL GOVERNMENT SERV. TERM: OWNER/LESSOR : F & E. DION ANNUAL RENT: $1,080 ADDRE... ...CY FUNCTION: FORT PECK FISHERIES OFFICE TERM: OWNER/LESSOR : UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ANNUAL RENT: $0.00 ADDRESS/CITY : OMAHA DIST. CORP, OF ENGINEERS...

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White paper : the further development of representative government in Hong Kong

By: Hong Kong. Governor
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Mir'T-I Sicill-I Memrn-I 'Osmnye

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Socialism (Le Socialisme)

By: Durkheim, Emile, 1858-1917

...he j dispersing effects of occupational differentiation should be checked by government regulation. This is at variance with Comte's tendency to minim... ...olitical entity. This is notably convergent with Saint-Simon's conception of government in the new positivist-industrial order. In a formula later ado... ...ial order. In a formula later adopted by Marx, Saint-Simon had expected that government would cease being political in any special sense, and would no... ...anifestations of its activity much more than today, will play in the life of government a much more important role; and this explains how, while compl... ...ion is assured, these economic interests would effect the functioning of the government organ much more profoundly than today and contribute in much l... ... its passive resistance, or through force of numbers incited defiance of the government. . . . Therefore did the authorities seek every means of bindi... ...o oceans. He offered to build a canal from Madrid to the sea for the Spanish Government. Later, he dreamed of a gigantic bank whose revenue would serv... ... be. "Nature has suggested to men, in each period, the most suitable form of government. . . . The natural course of things has created the institutio... ... occurred. Little by little one sees representatives of industry admitted to governmental councils, playing a greater and greater part, and as a resul...

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Revolutionary Socialism, A Study in Socialist Reconstruction

By: Corey, Lewis; Socialist Propaganda League

...nant /unionism and Socialism are betrayers of proletarian fi interests. This government mobilization of the dominant unionism and Socialism against th... ...se changes affect simply the temporary mobiliza- tion of labor, industry and government for purposes of war. Their scope is larger and more permanent.... ...1. It does not matter so much to a capitalist whether a country has a stable government or not, as long as he is simply selling its people consumable ... ...f necessary. The capitalist, accordingly, brings pressure to bear on his own government to maintain order in the country where his money is invested, ... ...rnment to maintain order in the country where his money is invested, and the government becomes guarantor of his investments. Imperialistic government... ... its citi- zens wherever they might wander; it is the pride of imperialistic governments that the capital of their citizens is protected wherever it m... ...he capital of their citizens is protected wherever it may be invested. These governments try to prevail upon a backward country to maintain order and ... ... American Imperialism, the chief purpose of which was to secure economic and governmental stability, as, in the words of Mr. Wilson, "revolution tears... ... alone, but by finance acting in co-operation with its particular na- tional government. Finance promotes politics and politics promotes finance. The ...

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Intellectual Freedom-Red China Style (Testimony of Chi-Chou Huang) Hearings

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un American Activities; Huang, Chi Chou, 1923

... INDEX Printed for the use of the Committee on Un-American Activities U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 86095 WASHINGTON : 1962 COMMITTEE ON UN-AJNIERI... ...ntries or of a domestic origin and at- taclis the principle of the form of government as guaranteed by our Constitu- tion, and (iii) all other questio... ...a submitted to the Congress by the agencies in the executive branch of the Government. RULES ADOPTED BY THE 87TH CONGRESS House Resolution 8, January... ...countries or of a domestic origin and attacks the principle of the form of government as guaranteed by our Constitu- tion, and (3) all other questions... ...data submitted to the House by the agencies in the executive branch of the Government. VI SYNOPSIS This is tlie account of a Chinese student ^Yllo, a... ...imore as a premedical student on a scholarship from the Yumian Pro^'incial Government. After one semester he trans- ferred to the University of ^Maryl... ...pt fully its limitations on personal freedom. At this time the Red Chinese Government launched a 12-year plan that was supposed to raise Red China's s... ...nts had used the m- creased freedom to cause trouble for the party and the government. They had diverted the rectification campaign from its proper co... ...r school, I went to study in Yunnan University. Then the Yunnan Provincial Government set up this special class for sending students abroad—to America...

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Report

By: India (Republic). States Reorganisation Commission
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Report

By: India (Republic). States Reorganisation Commission
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Report

By: India (Republic). States Reorganisation Commission
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Report

By: India (Republic). States Reorganisation Commission
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Readings on American State Government

By: Reinsch, Paul Samuel, 1869-1923, Editor
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Vietnam : policy and prospects, 1970 : hearings before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Ninety-first Congress, Second Session, on Civil Operations and Rural Development Support Program :February 17, 18, 19 and 20 and March 3, 4, 1

By: United States. Congress (91st, 2nd Session; 1970). Senate

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: Government Library Collection; U.S. Government Historic Document; Historical Literature

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Small hydroelectric potential at existing hydraulic structures in California

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: Government Library Collection; Historical Literature; April 1981.; Bulletin 211.

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Removal of selenium from water by ion exchange : review of literature and brief analysis

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: Government Library Collection; Historical Literature; August 1985.

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Illustrated Catalogue of Acts and Laws of the Colony and State of New York and of the Other Original Colonies and States Constituting the Collection Made by Hon. Russell Benedict, Justice of the Supreme Court of New York. To Be Sold February 27Th, 1922 the Sale to Be Conducted by Mr. Thomas E. Kirby and His Assistants, Of the American Art Association, Managers, New York City

By: Benedict, Russell, 1859-1936; American Art Association

..., and referring to the same. Reads in part, — ". . . I doubt not the other Governments as well as this, feel the heavy Burthen of the past Operation a... ...fternoon, February 27ih DELAWARE 57. DELAWARE. Laws, 1752. Laws | of the | Government | of | New- Castle, Kent and Sussex, | Upon Delaware. | Publishe... ...N. Y. S.; L. C • S L M A. A. S.;B. A. N. Y.;C. U. LAW S ^ O F T H f*~+?~~ GOVERNMENT O F New-Caftk, Kent and Suffix, Upon Delaware. Pvhlijhediy Otdtr... ...Early American Laws First Session, Monday Afternoon, February 27th FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 59. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Continental Congress, 1774. Extracts | F... ...assed by any State Paper ever composed in any age or country." 60. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Continental Congress, 1774. Journal | of the | Proceedings | of... ...can Art Association First Session, Monday Afternoon, February 27th FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 61. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. American Revolution. Manu- script Orderl... ...Early American Laws First Session, Monday Afternoon, February 27th FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 62. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Continental Congress. Jour- nals I of I ... ...Early American Laws First Session, Monday Afternoon, February 27ih FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 63. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. American Revolution. Schedule of Requisi... ...wn in the manuscript. Very Rare and Important Historical Item. 64. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Constitution of the United States, 1788. The | Constitution | o...

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