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The Brookings Review
, June 1995 Issue
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A Considered Opinion
by Bruce K. MacLaury, p. 5 -
Dessert Before the Spinach
Who Should Do What?
by Paul E. Peterson, pp. 6-11 -
Divided Responsibility in the Federal System
by James R. St. George, pp. 12-15 -
Balancing State and National Needs
In the Shadows
by Margaret Weir, pp. 16-19 -
Central Cities' Loss of Power in State Politics
What's in Store?
by Daniel E. Sichel, pp. 20-25 -
A Gop Contract for Tax Cuts and a Balanced Budget
Congress After 1994
by Roger H. Davidson, pp. 26-29 -
Political Tides and Institutional Changes
Bill Clinton and the GOP Congress
by Charles O. Jones, pp. 30-33 -
The Perpetual Transition Meets the Model Transition
by Henry J. Aaron, pp. 34-35 -
Health Care Reform is Still Possible
Eliminate or Marginalize?
by Michael MccGwire, pp. 36-41 -
Nuclear Weapons in U.S. Foreign Policy
by Ullrich Heilemann and Wolfgang H. Reinic..., pp. 42-45 -
The Fiscal Cost of German Unity
The Outbreak of Pesophobia
by Nora Lustig, p. 46 -
by Pietro S. Nivola, pp. 47-50 -
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