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Journal of Policy History 19.4 (2007) 476-478

Index To Volume 19

Volume 19, Number 1: Winter 2007

Special Issue:
New Perspectives on Public Health Policy
James Mohr, Editor

Articles

JAMES MOHR       1
Introduction: New Perspectives on Public Health Policy
JAMES COLGROVE       3
Reform and Its Discontents: Public Health in New York City During the Great Society
VIRGINIA BERRIDGE and ALEX MOLD       29
Crisis and Opportunity in Drug Policy: Changing the Direction of British Drug Services in the 1980s
HOWARD I. KUSHNER       49
The Other War on Drugs:The Pharmaceutical Industry, Evidence-Based Medicine, and Clinical Practice
CONSTANCE A. NATHANSON       71
The Contingent Power of Experts in the Marketplace of Knowledge
HAROLD POLLACK       95
Learning to Walk Slow: America's Partial Policy Success in the Arena of Intellectual Disability
BRETT L. WALKER       113
Sanemori's Revenge: Insects, Eco-System Accidents,and Policy Decisions in Japan's Environmental History [End Page 476]

Volume 19, Number 2: Spring 2007

Articles

KATHLEEN FERRAIOLO       147
From Killer Weed to Popular Medicine: The Evolution of American Drug Control Policy, 1937–2000
CLIVE HARFIELD       180
From Empire to Europe: Evolving British Policy in Respect of Cross-Border Crime
LAURA JANE GIFFORD       207
"Dixie Is No Longer in the Bag": South Carolina Republicans and the Election of 1960

Critical Perspectives

STEPHEN PIMPARE       234
Toward a New Welfare History

Volume 19, Number 3: Spring 2007

Articles

PATRICK J. RYAN       253
"Six Blacks from Home": Childhood, Motherhood, and Eugenics in America
JOHN DINAN       282
The Adoption of Criminal Disenfranchisement Provisions in the United States: Lessons from the State Constitutional Convention Debates [End Page 477]
MARC DIXON       313
Limiting Labor: Business Political Mobilization and Union Setback in the States
JAY ROWELL       345
Knowledge and Power in State Socialism:Statistical Conventions and Housing Policy in the GDR

Volume 19, Number 4: Fall 2007

Articles

GARETH DAVIES       367
Richard Nixon and Desegregation of Southern Schools
MARK L. SCHRAD       395
The First Social Policy: Alcohol Control and Modernity in Policy Studies
PETER ATKINS       428
School Milk in Britain, 1900–1934

Critical Perspectives

JENNIFER BURNS       452
O Libertarian, Where Is Thy Sting?

Book Reviews

DEAN J. KOTLOWSKI       471
White, Black, or Colorblind: The Past and the Future of Affirmative Action
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Additional Information

ISSN
1528-4190
Print ISSN
0898-0306
Pages
pp. 476-478
Launched on MUSE
2008-01-02
Open Access
No
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