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17 LBJ J. Pub. Aff. 1 (2004-2005)

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Volume XVII, Issue I

Kevin Beck
Stephen Spruiell
Associate Editors
Stephanie Fain
Matthew Harriger
Briana Huntsberger
Crystal Jones
Kevin Priestner
Cristina Ruggiero-Mendoza
Micah Sagebiel
John Seale
Laura Sullivan
LBJ School of Public Affairs
Edwin Dorn, Dean
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 stu-
dent-run journal of public affairs.
The LBJ fournal is dedicated to
publishing professional quality
work by the extended LBJ School
community, promoting discourse
on contemporary policy issues,
and enhancing the reputation of
the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
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 citi-
zens everywhere.
@2005, LBJ Journal
of Public Affairs
Drawer Y, University Station,
Austin, Texas 78713-8925
Phone: 512-471-3200
Fax: 512-471-8455

Fall 2004

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