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  Volume 58, Number 2, Spring 2011

Table of Contents

Editor's Page

Editor's Page

p. 1
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Politics Abroad

The Hungarian Tragedy

pp. 5-10
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Learning from the French Left: Lessons of the Pension Reform Battle

pp. 10-13
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Extending a Hand in Myanmar

pp. 14-18
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American Jews and Israel

Introduction

pp. 19-20
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American Jews and Israel

pp. 20-22
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American Jews and Israel

pp. 22-24
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American Jews and Israel

pp. 25-27
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American Jews and Israel

pp. 27-29
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Re-Imagining Education Reform

Introduction

pp. 31-32
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The Mismeasure of Teaching and Learning: How Contemporary School Reform Fails the Test

pp. 32-38
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Free-Market Think Tanks and the Marketing of Education Policy

pp. 39-43
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Articles

Convenient Scapegoats: Public Workers under Assault

pp. 45-50
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Has the U.S. Left Made a Difference?

pp. 51-56
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"If you are an egalitarian, why do you send your children to private school?"

pp. 57-63
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A Nation of (Deported) Immigrants

pp. 64-68
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Paying the Piper: Is Culture Ever Free?

pp. 69-73
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Reconsiderations

Dead or Alive at Fifty? Reading Jane Jacobs on her Golden Anniversary

pp. 74-79
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Daniel Bell and The End of Ideology

pp. 80-85
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Books

Phantasms of Revolution

pp. 87-92
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The Politics of Inequality

pp. 92-95
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Survivors' History

pp. 96-100
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Studying the Fault Lines

pp. 101-105
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An Unlikely Pragmatist

pp. 106-109
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Letters

Letters

pp. 110-111
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The Last Page

The Last Page

p. 112
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Research Areas

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