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> Iss. 1 (2016)
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The Ethos of Public Service at Penn Law
Theodore W. Ruger
Is Government Broken?
The Challenges to Political Legitimacy in Contemporary America
Rogers M. Smith
An Initial, but Positive, Step in the Direction of Cybersecurity
Restoring Trust in the Responsive City
Stephen Goldsmith and Craig Campbell
Fixing the Sixties: Simplify Government and Restore Human Responsibility
Philip K. Howard
Broken Governments Across the Atlantic: What is the Role of Information Infrastructures?
Is Government Really Broken?
Preserving the Impartiality and Constitutionality of SEC ALJs: Congressional Reform over Administrative Remediation
Mothers in Crisis: Redefining and Expanding the Disaster Law Framework to Address Pregnant Women's Health Care Needs
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