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Taking Aim: Target Populations and the Wars on AIDS and Drugs (American Governance and Public Policy series) Paperback – February 13, 2001

ISBN-13: 978-0878408290 ISBN-10: 0878408290

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"A modest but useful step forward in the literature on target populations and policy design... A useful volume that advances discourse on target populations... This book will be useful to readers who are interested in the formation of public policy, who are interested in the nature of policy design -- especially as policy design is linked to target populations, and who study the nature of the linkage of social problems with policy solutions. In the final analysis, this book makes a nice...contribution to the literature." -- American Politics

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