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11 LBJ J. Pub. Aff. 1 (1999)

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2    From the Dean
4    From the Managing Editor
5    Practitioner's Corner
THE HONORABLE KENNETH S. APFEL,
COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY
9    Poverty, Policy and Presidential Power:
An Examination of the Welfare Reform Policies
of the Nixon and Clinton Administrations
ADAM THOMAS
21     From the 1920s to the 1990s:
The Continuing Crises of Capitalism
NICHOLAS J. BRUNICK
42     Size Matters: Measuring Income
Inequality Across U.S. Cities
DANIEL B. GUBITS
54     Electronic Commerce in the Public Sector:
Policy Challenges in Securing Electronic
Commerce with a Public Key Infrastructure
BRANDON ATKINSON
65    Insurance Relining in Texas
JEREMY MAZUR
75    One Europe = One Currency: Prospects and Perils
of European Economic and Monetary Union
TOMASz A. SWINARSKI
85    LBJ School of Public Affairs Professional Reports
and Dissertations Completed in 1998
90    Index of Past Journal Articles
92     1999 LBJ Journal of Public Affairs Editorial Board

LBJ JOURNAL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS
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@1999 LBJ Journal of Public Affairs

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