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Civil Service 2000: A Report on the Long-Term Work Force Needs of the ...

William B. Johnston - 1994 - 52 pages
Reports on the long-term work force needs of the Federal Government. Covers: older workers, minorities, women in the workforce, contracting out, child care and much more ...
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Workforce 2000: Work and Workers for the Twenty-First Century

William B. Johnston, Arnold E. Packer - Business & Economics - 1987 - 117 pages
Furnishes basic intelligence on the job market that can be used in evaluating the adequacy of public policies, and where needed, undertaking new policy initiatives. Covers: the ...
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The Catastrophe Ahead: AIDS and the Case for a New Public Policy

William B. Johnston, Kevin R. Hopkins, Hudson Institute - Health & Fitness - 1990 - 238 pages
Examines the course of the AIDS epidemic over the next 15 years. The authors propose a universal routine voluntary testing programme to avert the impending catastrophe and ...
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Still a dream: the changing status of Blacks since 1960

Sar A. Levitan, William B. Johnston, Robert Taggart - Social Science - 1975 - 381 pages
This is the only comprehensive history on the changing social and economic status of the blacks in the United States since 1960. It defines what progress, if any, was achieved ...
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Michigan Beyond 2000

William B. Johnston, Jane Newitt, David Albert Reed - Business & Economics - 1987 - 161 pages
This study, commissioned by the Michigan State Senate, examines the forces that will shape the socio-economic development of Michigan over the next 20 years. It attempts to ...
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Minorities in the United States: problems, progress, and prospects

Sar A. Levitan, William B. Johnston, Robert Taggart - Social Science - 1975 - 106 pages
Reviews the current, changing economic, political, and social status of blacks, Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, and American Indians, indicating broad patterns of losses and ...
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