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La Follette Public Policy Series

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The State of Wisconsin has long been regarded as a model for public policy innovation. This heritage has derived from the historic “Wisconsin Idea,” a view that government practitioners and university experts could effectively cooperate to solve problems of concern to the state and its citizens. A commitment to this approach has been sustained by the Robert M. La Follette Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. This series identifies and explores public policy issues, especially at levels of government below the federal level, reflecting the changes in federalism in recent years which have placed an increasing emphasis on the role of state and local governments.


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Privatization and Its Alternatives
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Privatization and Its Alternatives
Edited by William T. Gormley, Jr.
Spring 1991

Unemployment Insurance
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Unemployment Insurance
The Second Half-Century
Edited by W. Lee Hansen and James F. Byers
Fall 1989

Race, Class, and Education
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Race, Class, and Education
The Politics of Second-Generation Discrimination
Kenneth J. Meier, Joseph Stewart Jr.,and Robert E. England
Fall 1989

State Policy Choices
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State Policy Choices
The Wisconsin Experience
Edited by Sheldon H. Danziger and John F. Witte
Fall 1988

The Rise of the Entrepreneurial State
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The Rise of the Entrepreneurial State
State and Local Economic Development Policy in the United States
Peter K. Eisinger
Fall 1988