Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Insight Vol. 7 Issue 2, Oct 1984
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Regionalism is a tradition in North Carolina due to the state's three distinct regions: the coastal flatlands, the rolling Piedmont, and the western peaks. It remains to be seen whether regional approaches to planning and government can be successful in the long run.
A pay equity study, mandated by the North Carolina Legislature, will examine whether the North Carolina state personnel system should incorporate the principle of comparable worth.
Many North Carolina political candidates utilize national firms to indicate the overall political climate on certain issues and concerns.