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Governing New Mexico
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Publisher:University of New Mexico Press
Author: Garcia, F. Chris; Hain, Paul L.; St Clair, Gilbert K.
Publication Date:2006-10-01
ISBN-10:0826341284
ISBN-13:9780826341280
Number of Pages:325 Pages
Book Type:Paperback
Weight:508 gram
Books Dimensions:228 x 153 x 23 mm
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Governing New Mexico


Compare New Mexico's governmental institutions and practices with those of other states of the union. Following a brief look at New Mexico's history and culture, this book covers the state's constitution, the three branches of government, local governmental structures, American Indian tribal governments, elections, and education.
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The beginning of the twenty-first century was marked by the presence of more than 1.8 million New Mexicans, continued growth in the Rio Grande corridor, and changes in the state's governorship and top legislative posts. This revision of New Mexico Government, Third Edition, updates information found in the earlier edition. Throughout the writing, the editors compare New Mexico's governmental institutions and practices with those of other states of the union. Following a brief look at New Mexico's history and culture, chapters cover the state's constitution, the three branches of government, local governmental structures, American Indian tribal governments, elections, and education.

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