Table of contents for West Virginia politics and government / Richard A. Brisbin, Jr. ... [et al.].


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Introduction: Mountain State Politics, I
PART I: THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE POLITICAL AGENDA
ONE
Sources of the Political Agenda:
Geography, History, Economy, and Political Culture, 13
TWO
Public Contributions to the Political Agenda:
Participation, Parties, and Elections, 33
THREE
Interest Group Politics, 54
FOUR
Intergovernmental Relations and the Political Agenda, 82
PART 2: POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS
FIVE
Constitutional Politics, 105
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The Legislature, 121
SEVEN
The Governor and Executive Offices, 136
EIGHT
The Administration of State Policies, 151
NINE
The Budget Process, 173
TEN
The Judiciary, 192
ELEVEN
Local Government, 220
TWELVE
Policy Controversies and the Capacity of the State Government, 243
Suggestions for Further Reading, 267
Notes, 277



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: West Virginia Politics and government