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1. Editor's Note—Mark A. Peterson
2. Social Movements as Catalysts for Policy Change: The Case of Smoking and Guns—Constance A. Nathanson
3. The Missing Millions: Organized Labor, Business, and the Defeat of Clinton's Health Security Act—Marie Gottschalk
4. The New NIH and FDA Medical Research Policies: Targeting Gender, Promoting Justice—Karen L. Baird
5. The Implementation and Enforcement of Tobacco Control Laws: Policy Implications for Activists and the Industry—Peter D. Jacobson and Jeffrey Wasserman
6. Regulating Managed Care: Interest Group Competition for Control and Behavioral Health Care—E. Clarke Ross
7. Dialogue or Monologue? The Limits to Lessons That Can Be Learned—Katherine Fierlbeck
8. Not Our Kind of Girl: Unraveling the Myths of Teenage Motherhood—Richard A. Weatherley
9. Measuring Minds: Henry Herbert Goddard and the Origins of American Intelligence Testing—Gerald N. Grob
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