Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Popular Government Vol. 39 Issue 3, Nov 1972
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In North Carolina, about one third of the non-traffic and 10 percent of all arrests are for public drunkenness. Crowell discusses the North Carolina laws for dealing with public drunkenness and the methods for treatment.
A growing trend in higher education is the development of multi-campus universities. This leads to issues of governance and administration that are unique to this period of North Carolina's educational history.
This article discusses the evolution of water pollution control legislation in the broader context of program and organization history.
Death carries with it a variety of consequences. This article discusses the legal definition of death and how it used in cases of organ transplant and the recognition of brain-death.