Volume 5 (1999)‎ > ‎

Vol5-Iss2

Articles

Can Mentoring Mean the Difference Between Success and Failure For Municipal Mexican American Professionals? A Research Note
Ramona Ortega

 

Language Diversity and the Politics of the English Only Movement in the U.S.
Renford Reese

 

A Rhetorical Perspective of President Clinton's Initiative on Race
Mitchell F. Rice & Martin Carcasson

 

Then Ennobling of Presidential Symbolism: Policy Drift and the Future of Race Relations

Wilbur C. Rich

 

The Emergence of "White Civil Rights" In the Administration of President William Jefferson Clinton
Ronald Walters

 

Citizen Empowerment through Policy Making: The Case of Nebraska Pact
Ethel H. Williams

 

An Expansion of Contingency Theory: The Shifting Roles of Elected Officials and City Managers with Respect to Mission, Policy, Administration, and Management
Patricia A. Wilson

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