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  Volume 11, Number 1, 2002

Table of Contents

From: The Good Society

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Challenging Policy Analysis to Serve the Good Society

pp. 1-5
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Symposium: Conservative-Liberal-Socialism

Conservative-Liberal-Socialism Revisited

pp. 6-15
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Haunting Hegemony: A Certain Spirit of Conservative-Liberal-Socialism

pp. 16-18
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Conservative Liberal Socialism and Politics of a Complex Center

pp. 19-22
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In Praise of Eclecticism

pp. 23-25
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Symposium: Policy Analysis for the Good Society

Knights, Dragons, and the Holy Grail

pp. 26-31
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A Post-Positivist Policy-Analytic Travelogue

pp. 32-36
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Policy Analysis in the Good Society

pp. 37-41
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Policy Analysis in the Future of Good Societies

pp. 42-48
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Ethics, Civic Life and the Education of Policymakers

pp. 49-54
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Rethinking Policy Analysis: Citizens, Community, and the Restructuring of Public Services

pp. 55-60
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Enriching Public Discourse: Policy Analysis in Representative Democracies

pp. 61-65
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Symposium: Three Essays on Democratic Practice

Creating Deliberative Publics: Governance After Devolution and Democratic Centralism

pp. 66-71
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Two Concepts of Agreement

pp. 72-79
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Teaching Democracy: Reflections on the Clemente Course in the Humanities, Higher Education, and Democracy

pp. 80-84
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Teaching Toward the Good Society

Community Development and Housing Policies: The Roles of the State, Civil Society, and Non-Profits

pp. 85-88
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Constitutional Corner

Constitutional Theory for People Out of Power

pp. 89-93
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A Decade of Memories

Part I of Thoughts by former Managing Editors of The Good Society

pp. 94-95
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In Every Issue

From the Managing Editor

p. 4
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A PEGS Reader

p. 96
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Research Areas

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