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Volume 28, Number 2 (April 2016)

Articles:

LUKE MESSAC

No Opiates for the Masses: Untreated Pain, International Narcotics Control and the Bureaucratic Production of Ignorance

MARGARET C. RUNG

The Color of Money: Race and Fair Employment in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, 1945-1955

JOSEPH E. HOWER

“The Sparrows and the Horses”: Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the Family Assistance Plan, and the Liberal Critique of Government Workers, 1955-1977

JUDGE GLOCK

How the Federal Housing Administration Tried to Save America’s Cities, 1934-1960

SCOTT A. HENDRICKSON and JASON M. ROBERTS

Short-Term Goals and Long-Term Effects: The Mongrel Tariff and the Creation of the Special Rule in the U.S. House

KENNETH HEINEMAN

Asserting States’ Rights, Demanding Federal Assistance: Texas Democrats in the Era of the New Deal

JUANITA “FRANKIE” CLOGSTON

The Repeal of the Fairness Doctrine and the Irony of Talk Radio: 
A Story of Political Entrepreneurship, Risk and Cover