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16 LBJ J. Pub. Aff. 1 (2003-2004)

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Volume 16 Issue 1

Fall 2003

Come now, and let us reason together. (Is. 1:18 KJV)

Vanessa BouchO
Stephen Palmer
Kelly Ward

The Public Record
Rachel Glast-Manager
David Trachtenberg
Lonny Stern-Manager
Phillip Savio
Associate Editors
Kevin Beck
Brian Friedman
Alison Garfield
Briana Huntsberger
Marianne Mahaffey
Stephen Spruiell
Alida Tallman
Jessica Wozniak
LBJ School of Public Affairs
Edwin Dorn, Dean

The LBJ Journal of Public Affairs
(ISSN 1087-268X) is produced by
students of the LBJ School of Pub-
lic Affairs at The University of
Texas at Austin. Founded in 1989,
it is the nation's oldest student-
run journal of public affairs. The
LBJ Journal is dedicated to pub-
lishing professional quality work
by the extended LBJ School com-
munity, promoting discourse on
contemporary policy issues, and
enhancing the reputation of the
LBJ School of Public Affairs. Presi-
dent 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 citi-
zens everywhere.

Faculty Advisor
David Warner

@2003, LBJ Journal
of Public Affairs

LBJ School Office of Communications
Marilyn Duncan, Director
Doug Marshall, Production
LBJ School Business Office
Don Wallace, Assistant to the Dean

Drawer Y, University Station,
Austin, Texas 78713-8925
Phone: 512-471-3200
Fax: 512-471-8455
www.utexas.edu/lbj /journal/

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