Book of the States, 2003, Volume 35
Council of State Government, Oct 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 626 pages
The Book of the States is the most comprehensive collection of data about state government and its inner workings. Published since 1935, the book provides lead articles by top-rated research scholars on emerging trends and issues in the three branches of the 50 state governments and U.S. territories. In addition, The Book of the States contains data and information from each state and territory in easy-to-read summaries tables and charts.
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