Still the right place : Utah's second half-century of statehood, 1945-1995 / James B. Allen.
- [Provo, Utah] : Charles Redd Center for Western Studies ; [Salt Lake City, Utah] : Utah State Historical Society, 
661 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
- Governors -- Utah -- Biography.
Politics and government.
Utah -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Utah -- History -- 20th century.
Introduction : January 1996 : Duhbe, the crab, and the beginning of century two
From swords to plowshares : the challenge of converting to peace, 1945-1948
"Let 'em holler!" : the stormy Lee years, 1949-1956
Moderate republicanism : the Clyde years, 1957-1964
Three-term governor : the Rampton administration
Quest for balance : the Matheson years, 1977-1984
Conservatism, but of the moderate sort : the Bangerter years, 1985-1992
Mike Leavitt and the end of century one, 1993-1995
Appendix A : Utah's ethnic minorities and the quest for a pluralistic society
Appendix B : Utah and the arts, 1945-1994
Appendix C : notes on Utah's religions, 1945-1995
- "Each of the seven chapters ... covers the administration of one of the state's governors, beginning at the end of World War II while Herbert B. Maw was governor and ending in 1995 during Mike Leavitt's first term. These seven chapters also cover a wide variety of topics, including politics, economic development, education, law and order, the environment, health and medicine, and the relationship between the tate and national events. Change is an important theme intertwined with all this, and it is usually discussed against the background of the transformations taking place on the larger American stage"--Jacket.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 620-647) and index.
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