• Corpus ID: 42217108

Implementing modern public health goals through government: an examination of new federalism and public health law.

@article{Hodge1997ImplementingMP,
  title={Implementing modern public health goals through government: an examination of new federalism and public health law.},
  author={Jr. James G. Hodge},
  journal={The Journal of contemporary health law and policy},
  year={1997},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={
          93-126
        }
}
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  • Published 1997
  • Political Science
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