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1  Daniel Macallair, "Prisons: Power Nobody Dares Mess With," Editorial, Sacramento Bee, February 29, 2004. See http://www.sacbee.com/content/opinion/story/8363129p-9292876c.html (accessed July 15, 2004).

2  Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ), "California Correctional Facility Growth," March 2002, p. I-2. http://www.cjcj.org/pdf/cal_prison_politics.pdf (accessed July 13, 2004).

3  California Department of Corrections, "Monthly Report of Population," July 6, 2004. http://www.cdc.state.ca.us/.../TPOP1Ad0406.pdf (accessed July 13, 2004).

4  Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, "Hot Topic: California Correctional Peace Officer Association," June 2004. http://www.igs.berkeley.edu/library/htCaliforniaPrisonUnion.htm (accessed July 13, 2004).

5  Macallair, "Prisons: Power Nobody Dares Mess With."

6  California Correctional Peace Officers Association (CCPOA). "In the Beginning," http://www.ccpoanet.org/history.asp (accessed August 8, 2004)

7  Ibid.

8  Institute of Governmental Studies, "Hot Topic."

9  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. II-5. http://www.cjcj.org/pdf/cal_prison_politics.pdf (accessed July 13, 2004).

10  Macallair, "Prisons: Power Nobody Dares Mess With."

11  Dan Walters, "Some Things Never Change: Prison Union Locks Up Another Victory," Sacramento Bee, July 16, 2004. http://www.sacbee.com/content/politics/story/10015656p-10936955c.html (accessed October 7, 2004).

12  San Diego Union-Tribune, "Deal with the Governor: Prison Guards Continue Grip on State," editorial, July 19, 2004.

13  Walters, "Some Things Never Change."

14  San Diego Union-Tribune, "Deal with the Governor."

15  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. III-1.

16  CCPOA, "In the Beginning."

17  Institute of Governmental Studies, "Hot Topic."

18  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. II-1.

19  Prison Activist Resource Center, "The CCPOA and California State Politics Fact sheet." http://www.prisonactivist.org/factsheets/ccpoa.pdf (accessed July 14, 2004).

20  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. III-8.

21  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. III-11.

22  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. III-2.

23  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. III-1.

24  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. II-8.

25  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. III-15.

26  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," pp. III-14-15.

27  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. III-14.

28  http://www.prisonactivist.org/pipermail/prisonact-list/2000-June/002910.html (accessed December 13, 2004.

29  Macallair, "Prisons: Power Nobody Dares Mess With."

30  Macallair, "Prisons: Power Nobody Dares Mess With."

31  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. III-11.

32  CJCJ, "California Correctional Facility Growth," p. III-15.

33  Ibid.

34  Ibid.

35  Ibid.

36  Macallair, "Prisons: Power Nobody Dares Mess With."



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