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A guide to resources and materials dealing with Maryland politics with a particular focus on the changing role and influence of local African American political leadership.
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Resources on Maryland Politics

Maryland politics and political communication, 1950-2005. Theodore F. Sheckels. JK3816.S44 2006

The great game of Maryland politics. Barry Rascovar. JK3816.R37 1998

My unexpected journey : the autobiography of Governor Harry Roe Hughes. Harry Roe Hughes with John W. Frece. F186.35.H84 A3 2006

William Donald Schaefer : a political biography. C. Fraser Smith. F186.35.S33 S55 1999

Maryland & America, 1940 to 1980. George H. Callcott. F186 .C34 1985

Reasons to be proud : the major accomplishments of Kurt L. Schmoke as mayor of Baltimore City. The Kurt Schmoke Re-Election Committee. F189.B145 R43 1995

The content of their character : [racism and Baltimore’s 1999 mayoral election]. Gerard Shields. JS571.A2 B35 2004

Thimbleriggers : the law v. Governor Marvin Mandel. by Bradford Jacobs. F186.35.M36 J33 1984

"Party Hardy: Baltimore's Republicans Soldier On, Despite the Odds." Baltimore City Paper, 6, 19, 2002.

"Engaged Leadership." JD- University of Maryland School of Law Alumni Magazine. Fall 2006.

"In the Arena: Law, Politics and Public Policy." JD- University of Maryland School of Law Alumni Magazine. Fall 2006.

"Women's club broke the lock of white power; Politics: A group in Baltimore has dedicated 50 years to trying to get African-Americans in elective offices. by William F. Zorzi Jr :[FINAL Edition]." The Sun, December 30, 1996.

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