The Institute of Governmental Studies Library is on the first floor of Moses Hall. The library collection dates back to 1919 and includes more than 400,000 volumes. The library is a depository for California local government documents and is known for its resources related to California ballot measures.
Location: 109 Moses Hall
Hours: 1pm-5pm, Monday-Friday
All books are on reserve at the IGS Library and can be checked out for 2 hours at a time during regular hours (1pm-5pm, Mon-Fri).
Boom and Bust: the Politics of the California Budget, Jeff Cummins.
California Crackup, Joe Matthews and Mark Paul.
Also available online: http://site.ebrary.com/lib/
California Politics and Government: A Practical Approach, Larry Gerston and Terry Christensen, Twelfth Edition, Thomson Wadsworth.
Game Changers: twelve elections that transformed California, Steve Swatt with Susie Swatt, Jeff Raimundo, and Rebecca LaVally; foreword by Bruce E. Cain
Governing California, 3nd edition, edited by Ethan Rarick.
State of resistance, Manuel Pastor
The Third House: Lobbyists, Money, and Power in Sacramento, Jay Michael and Dan Walters.
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