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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 716 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=40mm, Gew.=894gr, [GR: 25500 - TB/Geschichte], [SW: - History - General History], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: STATE GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES STATE GOVERNMENT IN TIIK UNITED STATES BY AHTIirii N. IIOLCOMHK UlSMM OK l, m I-UN Ml NT IN II KVAKI I T N l 1 llsl TV Third F. dilion, Revised and Enlarged THE MATM1LLAN T MPANY 1931 TO MY WIFE No government can now expect to be permanent unless it guarantees progress as well as order nor can it continue really to secure order unless it promotes progress. J. S. MILL The French Revolution and its Assailants. PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION In recent years the American public has been preoccupied with problems of law observance and enforcement, and indis posed to pay heed to general projects for the systematic and comprehensive development of state government. In many states attention has been devoted to the improvement of the government in detail, but less effort has been made than before and immediately after the World War to bring about extensive legislative or administrative reforms. It has seemed unnecessary to introduce into the text a mass of detailed information concerning recent legislative and administrative changes, but for tl e convenience of the student who may wish to follow the recent developments more closely references to the most available portions of the current literature on state government and politics have been appended to the several chapters. Two new chapters have been added, dealing with the interpretation of the consti tutional history of the states and amplifying the discussion of the general principles of state government and the relations between state and local government. I am especially indebted for helpful suggestions to Professor Harvey Walker of Ohio State University. A. N. H. September, 1931. VII PREFACE TO THE FIRSTEDITION State Government in the United States is a subject on which many books might be written. This book is designed to furnish a critical analysis of the principles of state government in the United States. Beginning with a statement of the principles upon which the governments of the original states were estab lished, it explains how the original forms of government have developed in response to changing conditions, how the present state governments are meeting present needs, and concludes with a brief consideration of some of the contemporary plans for further reform. Why should we change our form of gov ernment Has the time come for discarding the eighteenth century doctrine of the separation of powers These are some of the more fundamental questions to which the book attempts to give an answer. But the book is not solely concerned with the political philosophy of American state government. It also treats of the more practical problems arising out of the growth of the functions of the modern state and the increase of its administrative activities. For the convenience of those readers who may wish to pursue further the study of contemporary state government, I have prepared a bibliographical appendix, containing a selected list of the most useful titles. References cited in the text or in the footnotes are, for the most part, omitted from this list. It has not seemed necessary to include either in the text or elsewhere much statistical matter relating to the forms of government, such as tables of the numbers and tenure of members of state legislatures, or to the conduct of administration, such as tables of enlistments in the state militia or of salient features in in dustrial orlabor legislation. Such information is readily obtain able in various well-known publications, notably in the American Year Book, published annually since 1910. I have many personal debts to acknowledge. To secretaries of state and other officials in all the states I am deeply indebted ix x PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION for prompt and courteous responses to many requests for offi cial publications... STATE GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES STATE GOVERNMENT IN TIIK UNITED STATES BY AHTIirii N. IIOLCOMHK UlSMM OK l, m I-UN Ml NT IN II KVAKI I T N l 1 llsl TV Third F. dilion, Revised and Enlarged THE MATM1LLAN T MPANY 1931 TO MY WIFE No government can now expect to be permanent unless it guarantees progress as well as order nor can it continue really to secure order unless it promotes progress. J. S. MILL The French Revolution and its Assailants. PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION In recent years the American public has been preoccupied with problems of law observance and enforcement, and indis posed to pay heed to general projects for the systematic and comprehensive development of state government. In many states attention has been devoted to the improvement of the government in detail, but less effort has been made than before and immediately after the World War to bring about extensive legislative or administrative reforms. It has seemed unnecessary to introduce into the text a mass of detailed information concerning recent legislative and administrative changes, but for tl e convenience of the student who may wish to follow the recent developments more closely references to the most available portions of the current literature on state government and politics have been appended to the several chapters. Two new chapters have been added, dealing with the interpretation of the consti tutional history of the states and amplifying the discussion of the general principles of state government and the relations between state and local government. I am especially indebted for helpful suggestions to Professor Harvey Walker of Ohio State University. A. N. H. September, 1931. VII PREFACE TO THE FIRSTEDITION State Government in the United States is a subject on which many books might be written. This book is designed to furnish a critical analysis of the principles of state government in the United States. Beginning with a statement of the principles upon which the governments of the original states were estab lished, it explains how the original forms of government have developed in response to changing conditions, how the present state governments are meeting present needs, and concludes with a brief consideration of some of the contemporary plans for further reform. Why should we change our form of gov ernment Has the time come for discarding the eighteenth century doctrine of the separation of powers These are some of the more fundamental questions to which the book attempts to give an answer. But the book is not solely concerned with the political philosophy of American state government. It also treats of the more practical problems arising out of the growth of the functions of the modern state and the increase of its administrative activities. For the convenience of those readers who may wish to pursue further the study of contemporary state government, I have prepared a bibliographical appendix, containing a selected list of the most useful titles. References cited in the text or in the footnotes are, for the most part, omitted from this list. It has not seemed necessary to include either in the text or elsewhere much statistical matter relating to the forms of government, such as tables of the numbers and tenure of members of state legislatures, or to the conduct of administration, such as tables of enlistments in the state militia or of salient features in in dustrial orlabor legislation. Such information is readily obtain able in various well-known publications, notably in the American Year Book, published annually since 1910. I have many personal debts to acknowledge. To secretaries of state and other officials in all the states I am deeply indebted ix x PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION for prompt and courteous responses to many requests for offi cial publications...

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STATE GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES STATE GOVERNMENT IN TIIK UNITED STATES BY AHTIirii N. IIOLCOMHK UlSMM OK l, m I-UN Ml NT IN II KVAKI I T N l 1 llsl TV Third F. dilion, Revised and Enlarged THE MATM1LLAN T MPANY 1931 TO MY WIFE No government can now expect to be permanent unless it guarantees progress as well as order nor can it continue really to secure order unless it promotes progress. J. S. MILL The French Revolution and its Assailants. PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION In recent years the American public has been preoccupied with problems of law observance and enforcement, and indis posed to pay heed to general projects for the systematic and comprehensive development of state government. In many states attention has been devoted to the improvement of the government in detail, but less effort has been made than before and immediately after the World War to bring about extensive legislative or administrative reforms. It has seemed unnecessary to introduce into the text a mass of detailed information concerning recent legislative and administrative changes, but for tl e convenience of the student who may wish to follow the recent developments more closely references to the most available portions of the current literature on state government and politics have been appended to the several chapters. Two new chapters have been added, dealing with the interpretation of the consti tutional history of the states and amplifying the discussion of the general principles of state government and the relations between state and local government. I am especially indebted for helpful suggestions to Professor Harvey Walker of Ohio State University. A. N. H. September, 1931. VII PREFACE TO THE FIRSTEDITION State Government in the United States is a subject on which many books might be written. This book is designed to furnish a critical analysis of the principles of state government in the United States. Beginning with a statement of the principles upon which the governments of the original states were estab lished, it explains how the original forms of government have developed in response to changing conditions, how the present state governments are meeting present needs, and concludes with a brief consideration of some of the contemporary plans for further reform. Why should we change our form of gov ernment Has the time come for discarding the eighteenth century doctrine of the separation of powers These are some of the more fundamental questions to which the book attempts to give an answer. But the book is not solely concerned with the political philosophy of American state government. It also treats of the more practical problems arising out of the growth of the functions of the modern state and the increase of its administrative activities. For the convenience of those readers who may wish to pursue further the study of contemporary state government, I have prepared a bibliographical appendix, containing a selected list of the most useful titles. References cited in the text or in the footnotes are, for the most part, omitted from this list. It has not seemed necessary to include either in the text or elsewhere much statistical matter relating to the forms of government, such as tables of the numbers and tenure of members of state legislatures, or to the conduct of administration, such as tables of enlistments in the state militia or of salient features in in dustrial orlabor legislation. Such information is readily obtain able in various well-known publications, notably in the American Year Book, published annually since 1910. I have many personal debts to acknowledge. To secretaries of state and other officials in all the states I am deeply indebted ix x PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION for prompt and courteous responses to many requests for offi cial publications...

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