LBJ Journal of Public Affairs, Vol. 17, Issue 1, 2004
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TABLE OF CONTENTS: From the Editors-in-Chief (p.5) -- Practitioner’s Corner SENATOR JOHN CORNYN (p.7) -- Faculty Corner SHERRI GREENBERG (p.11) -- Time for Change: United Nations Charter Rules on the Use of Force by KATHLEEN P. CONNELLY (p.17) -- Texas School Finance: Return on Investment Analysis of the Robin Hood Era by KEN FLIPPIN and KELLY SHANAHAN (p.27) -- Public-Private Partnerships in Parkland Management: Buenos Aires, Argentina by KATHERINE CLARK (p.38) -- Designing Reforms: Decentralization Programs in Peru and Bolivia by GONZALO ALCALDE (p.49) -- Failures in U.S. Decision Making in the Middle East by JORDAN TAMA (p.60) -- In Support of Democratization: Free Trade Unions and the Destabilization of Autocratic Regimes by JOSEPH SIEDLECKI (p.69) -- Electronic Trash: Managing Waste in the New Century by ALEXANDRA RITCHIE (p.80) -- Fall 2004 LBJ Journal of Public Affairs Editorial Board (p.88)
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