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13 LBJ J. Pub. Aff. 1 (2001)

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From the Dean
From the Managing Editors

4   Practitioner's Corner
U.S. SENATOR Russ FEINGOLD
9   The Second Level of Presidential Influence on
the News Media: A Longitudinal Analysis of
Agenda Setting
YOUNG MIN
20    Political Realism Reconsidered: U.S.-Cuba
Relations
FRANK FERNANDEZ
32    Inequality of Development: The Dilemma of the
Chinese Internet Economy
XINHUA ZHANG
43    Turkish-EU Relations and the Prospects for
Turkey's Accession
SARAH Fox OZKAN
52    The Medical Safety Net for Legal Immigrants in
Texas: Challenges Posed by the Personal
Responsibility and Work Opportunity
Reconciliation Act of 1996
AMY FAUVER
65    Globalization, Women and Development:
Microfinace and Factory Work in Perspective
PAULA J. MCDERMOTT
80    The Uniform Computer Information
Transactions Act: A Well Built Fence or Barbed
Wire around the Intellectual Commons?
WARIGIA BOWMAN
92    LBJ School of Public Affairs Professional Reports
and Dissertations Completed in 2000
96    Index of Past Journal Articles
98    2001 LBJ Journal of Public Affairs Editorial Board

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