Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Popular Government Vol. 36 Issue 9, June 1970
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In their continuous search for sources of revenue, North Carolina's local governments have frequently eyed a local income tax as a possible addition to locally levied taxes. Campbell discusses the advantages and disadvantages to adding a local income tax to the existing system.
This article outlines the dangers of miscommunications between the public and the criminal justice system on the local level, and ways to produce a more adequate system.
Much advancement has been achieved between the guarantee of free press and the pledge of an impartial trial in North Carolina.