Table of contents for The politics of state constitutional reform / edited by G. Alan Tarr and Robert F. Williams.

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CONTENTS
Introduction
	G. Alan Tarr
Constitutional Commissions and Constitutional Reform 
Constitutional Revision in Florida: Planning, Politics, Policy, and Publicity
	Rebecca Mae Salokar
Constitutional Revision in California: The Triumph of Amendment over Revision
	Bruce E. Cain
Adopting a New Constitution: Lessons from Virginia
	A. E. Dick Howard
Putting Constitutional Reform on the Agenda
Constitutional Reform in Alabama: Long Time in Coming
	Bailey Thomson
The Mandatory Constitutional Convention Question Referendum: The New York 
Experience in National Context
	Gerald Benjamin
Direct Democracy and Constitutional Reform: Campaign Finance Initiatives in 
Colorado
	Anne G. Campbell	
Appendix: Mechanisms for State Constitutional Change
About the Authors
Index
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Constitutional law -- United States -- States.
Law reform -- United States -- States.