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What the members of these commissions do (at least some of them) is funnel money and gifts to elected officials from the people who want city business.

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Journal of California Politics & Policy: Table of Contents of Past Issues

California Politics & Policy 1999-2000

Introduction
By Craig Flanery, page 1

SECTION I
THE DEMOGRAPHIC AND POLITICAL SETTING OF CALIFORNIA ELECTIONS

The Shifting Demographic Landscape: A Brief History of California's Diverse Population
By Ali Modarres, page 7

Ethnic Ironies: Chronic Underinvestment in Minority Politics
By Bruce Cain, page 19

SECTION II
IMPLICATIONS FOR CALIFORNIA POLITICS AND OFFICEHOLDING

Holding Elective Office in California: The Storms of Transition
By Timothy Hodson, page 25

The Republican Response to Changing Demographics
By T. Anthony Quinn, page 31

Adapting to the "New" California? Democrats and Republicans
By Joseph R. Cerrell, page 33

SECTION III
IMPLICATIONS FOR COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

Partnerships and Community Change
By Thomas Backer and Alex J. Norman, page 39

Community Partnering: The Other Side of Economic Development
By Gerry Riposa and Greg Andranovich, page 45

SECTION IV

ELECTORAL AND POLICY TRANSITIONS FOR BUSINESS AND LABOR

Moderator:
David A. Abel, page 61

Panelists:
Leland Wong
George I. Minter
Miguel Contreras
Linda Wong

SECTION V
IMPLICATIONS FOR ACCESS AND EQUITY IN EDUCATION

Education for a New Generation
By David A. Abel, page 73

Access and Equity in Education: Critical Implications
By David Roth, page 77

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