Tucson-Pima Public Library 'Southwest Book of the Year' for 2001"More than just a citizen handbook or a college textalthough it is bothMcClory's thoughtful book highlights the features that make Arizona government unique, while clearly presenting the pros and cons of controversial aspects of our lawmaking and governing process. Marketed as 'an authoritative guide to Arizona governmentwritten in plain language,' this fascinating book lives up to its billing. Every Arizonan should read it, and keep it handy for future reference." Journal of Arizona History
About the Author
teaches political science at Glendale Community College, before which she practiced law in Arizona for more than eighteen years. She was an assistant attorney general from 1976 to 1991, served a clerkship with the U.S. Court of Appeals, and was a judge pro tem for the Arizona Court of Appeals.