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14 LBJ J. Pub. Aff. 1 (2002)

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PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Volume 14

Spring 2002

Come now, and let us reason together. (Is. 1:18 KJV)
President Lyndon B. Johnson
Managing Editor
Kathryn Supinski
Associate Editors
Allison Bradley
Barbara Scroggie Knaggs
Corey A. Walrod
Kristen Lindberg
Laura K. Grund
Elizabeth C. Kaufman
Maggie Sheer
Mona Nichols
Sarah Stout
Tedd Holladay
Todd D. Cohen
Rajasvini Bhansali
LBJ School of Public Affairs
Edwin Dorn, Dean
LBJ Foundation
Harry Middleton, Director
Faculty Advisor
David Warner
LBJ School Office of Communications
Marilyn Duncan, Director
Doug Marshall, Production
LBJ School Business Office
Don Wallace, Assistant to the Dean

The LBJ Journal of Public Affairs
(ISSN 1087-268X) is produced by
students of the LBJ School of
Public Affairs at The University
of Texas at Austin. Founded in
1989, it is the nation's oldest
student-run journal of public
affairs, and has a circulation of
over 2,500 copies per edition. The
purpose of the Journal is to
provide a politically neutral
forum for the discussion of
public interest issues. President
Lyndon B. Johnson believed that
through collective discussion and
action the needs of people could
be met, likewise, the LBJ Journal
believes that as a result of diverse
and vigorous discourse about
public affairs, policies are created
and initiatives are taken that best
serve the interest of citizens
everywhere.
02002, LBJ Journal
of Public Affairs
Drawer Y, University Station,
Austin, Texas, 78713-8925
Phone: 512-471-4962
Fax: 512-471-8455
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www.utexas.edu/lbj/journal/

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