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  • Future of Los Alamos City Electric Utility System
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    Abstract:The county of Los Alamos operates a small electric utility. Its largest customer, a national laboratory, faces intense pressure to reduce its payments-in-lieu-of-taxes to the county while at the same time it needs...
  • Future of Los Alamos City Electric Utility System (Sequel)
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    Abstract:The county of Los Alamos operates a small electric utility. Its largest customer, a national laboratory, faces intense pressure to reduce its payments-in-lieu-of-taxes to the county while at the same time it needs...
  • International Harvester
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    Abstract:In 1982, faced with serious financial difficulties, International Harvester recognized a need to reduce costs at their Fort Wayne, Indiana and Springfield, Ohio truck assembly operations. That same year, the firm...
  • Meeting NYC'S Asphalt Needs (A)
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    Abstract:In Part A of this case, Henry Fulton, the head of New York City's Bureau of Highway Operations proposes that, as a cost saving measure, the city build and operate its own asphalt plant to produce some of the paving...
  • Meeting NYC's Asphalt Needs (B)
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    Abstract:In Part A of this case, Henry Fulton, the head of New York City's Bureau of Highway Operations proposes that, as a cost saving measure, the city build and operate its own asphalt plant to produce some of the paving...
  • Note on the EPA Under Administrator Anne Gorsuch
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    Abstract:In February 1981, newly inaugurated President Ronald Reagan nominated Anne Gorsuch to become administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Her charter was to bring the Reagan Revolution to environmental...
  • Registry of Motor Vehicles:  Watertown Branch
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    Abstract:As the agency responsible for licensing and certifying motor vehicles and their operators, the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles serves over five million people a year -- 3.5 million on a person-to-person...
  • Regulating Airport Noise
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    Abstract:Government agencies have responded to complaints about airport noise in rather traditional ways, primarily by mandating noise standards for jet aircraft. This case describes the problem of airport noise as of 1980,...
  • Ronald Reagan and Tax Exemptions for Racist Schools
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    Abstract:In January 1982, the Reagan administration reversed a Nixon -- era policy, the effect of which would grant tax exemptions to racially discriminatory schools. The change was developed by lawyers at the Treasury and...
  • Ronald Reagan and Tax Exemptions for Racist Schools (Abridged)
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    Abstract:In January 1982, the Reagan administration reversed a Nixon -- era policy, the effect of which would grant tax exemptions to racially discriminatory schools. The change was developed by lawyers at the Treasury and...
  • Selling the Reorganization of the Post Office
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    Abstract:In 1969, President Nixon's Postmaster General, Winton Blount, set out to reorganize the Post Office by turning it into a government corporation. Aware that the Congress and the postal unions liked the old system,...
  • Selling the Reorganization of the Post Office (Sequel)
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    Abstract:In 1969, President Nixon's Postmaster General, Winton Blount, set out to reorganize the Post Office by turning it into a government corporation. Aware that the Congress and the postal unions liked the old system,...
  • Surviving at the EPA:  Bill Hedeman
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    Abstract:In February 1981, newly inaugurated President Ronald Reagan nominated Anne Gorsuch to become administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Her charter was to bring the Reagan Revolution to environmental...
  • Surviving at the EPA:  David Tundermann
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    Abstract:In February 1981, newly inaugurated President Ronald Reagan nominated Anne Gorsuch to become administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Her charter was to bring the Reagan Revolution to environmental...
  • Surviving at the EPA:  Gary Dietrich
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    Abstract:In February 1981, newly inaugurated President Ronald Reagan nominated Anne Gorsuch to become administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Her charter was to bring the Reagan Revolution to environmental...
  • Surviving at the EPA:  Mike Cook
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    Abstract:In February 1981, newly inaugurated President Ronald Reagan nominated Anne Gorsuch to become administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Her charter was to bring the Reagan Revolution to environmental...
  • Surviving at the EPA:  Mike Walsh
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    Abstract:In February 1981, newly inaugurated President Ronald Reagan nominated Anne Gorsuch to become administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Her charter was to bring the Reagan Revolution to environmental...
  • The Legal Services Corporation Under the Reagan Administration: The Reagan Board (B) (Abridged)
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    Abstract:In 1981, the Reagan administration proposed the elimination of the federally-funded Legal Services Corporation (LSC), sparking an intense and ideologically bitter fight in Congress between pro- and anti-LSC forces...
  • Food Stamps
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    Abstract:In 1982 the Reagan Administration proposed a $1.5 billion cut in the federal Food Stamp Program. The case examines the evolution of the food stamp program up to this point and then lays out the cost-cutting options...
  • Fraud, Abuse and Waste at HEW
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    Abstract:During her lunch break, Eileen Shanahan, HEW assistant secretary for public affairs, learns that the first annual report of HEW's inspector general, due to be published the next day, will claim that HEW "wastes...
  • Freezing the Arms Race: Public Opinion (Supplement)
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    Abstract:This two-part case examines Randall Forsberg's role in the evolution of the grassroots nuclear freeze movement. The first part ("Genesis of a Mass Movement") offers background on post-WWII arms issues and on the...
  • Freezing the Arms Race: The Campaign in Washington
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    Abstract:This two-part case examines Randall Forsberg's role in the evolution of the grassroots nuclear freeze movement. The first part ("Genesis of a Mass Movement") offers background on post-WWII arms issues and on the...
  • Freezing the Arms Race: The Genesis of a Mass Movement
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    Abstract:This two-part case examines Randall Forsberg's role in the evolution of the grassroots nuclear freeze movement. The first part ("Genesis of a Mass Movement") offers background on post-WWII arms issues and on the...
  • Freezing the Arms Race: The Genesis of a Mass Movement: Addendum
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    Abstract:This two-part case examines Randall Forsberg's role in the evolution of the grassroots nuclear freeze movement. The first part ("Genesis of a Mass Movement") offers background on post-WWII arms issues and on the...
  • Les Aspin and the MX
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    Abstract:This case describes the situation facing President Reagan in the fall of 1982 and early 1983 as he sought congressional support for the MX missile. Two proposals for MX basing had already failed to secure...
  • Les Aspin and the MX (Sequel)
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    Abstract:This case describes the situation facing President Reagan in the fall of 1982 and early 1983 as he sought congressional support for the MX missile. Two proposals for MX basing had already failed to secure...
  • Managing the Employment and Training Administration: Job Corps
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    Abstract:This case examines the efforts of Albert Angrisani, the Reagan administration's choice to run the Department of Labor's Employment and Training administration, to reform the Job Corps program. It contrasts the view...
  • Managing the Employment and Training Administration: Job Corps (Sequel)
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    Abstract:This case examines the efforts of Albert Angrisani, the Reagan administration's choice to run the Department of Labor's Employment and Training administration, to reform the Job Corps program. It contrasts the view...
  • Managing the Employment and Training Administration: Note on the Job Corps
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    Abstract:This case examines the efforts of Albert Angrisani, the Reagan administration's choice to run the Department of Labor's Employment and Training administration, to reform the Job Corps program. It contrasts the view...
  • Paul A. Samuelson
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    Abstract:This case offers a third portrait, one of an American Keynesian, to supplement those on John Maynard Keynes and Milton Friedman. Outlining his historical, national, economic, and educational background, and his...
  • Prohibition (A): Enactment
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    Abstract:On January 16, 1920, the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution, outlawing the manufacture or sale of alcohol, became law. Its enactment was the product of a vigorous lobbying effort, using methods strikingly...
  • Prohibition (B): Repeal
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    Abstract:On January 16, 1920, the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution, outlawing the manufacture or sale of alcohol, became law. Its enactment was the product of a vigorous lobbying effort, using methods strikingly...
  • Prohibition: Supplement
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    Abstract:On January 16, 1920, the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution, outlawing the manufacture or sale of alcohol, became law. Its enactment was the product of a vigorous lobbying effort, using methods strikingly...
  • Rescission of the Passive Restraints Standard: Costs and Benefits
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    Abstract:On October 23, 1981, the head of the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration announced that it was rescinding regulations that would have required the installation of passive restraint systems in all...
  • Savitz and the DOE
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    Abstract:When Joseph Tribble, a political appointee, assumed his position as an Assistant Secretary at the Department of Energy, he soon found himself in conflict with his Deputy Assistant Secretary, Maxine Savitz. A highly...
  • Savitz and the DOE (Abridged)
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    Abstract:When Joseph Tribble, a political appointee, assumed his position as an Assistant Secretary at the Department of Energy, he soon found himself in conflict with his Deputy Assistant Secretary, Maxine Savitz. A highly...
  • Savitz and the DOE (Sequel)
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    Abstract:When Joseph Tribble, a political appointee, assumed his position as an Assistant Secretary at the Department of Energy, he soon found himself in conflict with his Deputy Assistant Secretary, Maxine Savitz. A highly...
  • The Legal Services Corporation Under the Reagan Administration: The Congress (A)
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    Abstract:In 1981, the Reagan administration proposed the elimination of the federally-funded Legal Services Corporation (LSC), sparking an intense and ideologically bitter fight in Congress between pro- and anti-LSC forces...
  • The Legal Services Corporation Under the Reagan Administration: The Congress (A) (Abridged)
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    Abstract:In 1981, the Reagan administration proposed the elimination of the federally-funded Legal Services Corporation (LSC), sparking an intense and ideologically bitter fight in Congress between pro- and anti-LSC forces...
  • The Legal Services Corporation Under the Reagan Administration: The Congress (A) (Sequel)
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    Abstract:In 1981, the Reagan administration proposed the elimination of the federally-funded Legal Services Corporation (LSC), sparking an intense and ideologically bitter fight in Congress between pro- and anti-LSC forces...
  • The Legal Services Corporation Under the Reagan Administration: The Reagan Board (B)
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    Abstract:In 1981, the Reagan administration proposed the elimination of the federally-funded Legal Services Corporation (LSC), sparking an intense and ideologically bitter fight in Congress between pro- and anti-LSC forces...
  • The Two Oaths of Richard Helms
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    Abstract:In 1973, former CIA director Richard Helms was called to testify before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee as a follow-up to hearings confirming his nomination as ambassador to Iran. However, the primary issue...
  • Wage and Price Controls (A): The Debate in 1980
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    Abstract:When inflation reached 18 percent in 1980, a groundswell of public opinion clamored for mandatory wage and price controls. President Carter steadfastly refused, citing consensus among government leaders and...
  • Wage and Price Controls (B): The Nixon Controls
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    Abstract:When inflation reached 18 percent in 1980, a groundswell of public opinion clamored for mandatory wage and price controls. President Carter steadfastly refused, citing consensus among government leaders and...
  • Wage and Price Controls (C): The Early History of Controls
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    Abstract:When inflation reached 18 percent in 1980, a groundswell of public opinion clamored for mandatory wage and price controls. President Carter steadfastly refused, citing consensus among government leaders and...
  • Cutting Back in Lakewood City Government (A)
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    Abstract:In early 1981, after his first few months as city administrator of Lakewood, Colorado, Bill Kirchhoff slumped to his desk and pulled from his file "Lakewood-Issues and Problems." The two-page summary had been...
  • Cutting Back in Lakewood City Government (B)
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    Abstract:In early 1981, after his first few months as city administrator of Lakewood, Colorado, Bill Kirchhoff slumped to his desk and pulled from his file "Lakewood-Issues and Problems." The two-page summary had been...
  • Cutting Back in Lakewood City Government (Sequel)
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    Abstract:In early 1981, after his first few months as city administrator of Lakewood, Colorado, Bill Kirchhoff slumped to his desk and pulled from his file "Lakewood-Issues and Problems." The two-page summary had been...
  • Fraud, Abuse and Waste at HEW: Abridged
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    Abstract:During her lunch break, Eileen Shanahan, HEW assistant secretary for public affairs, learns that the first annual report of HEW's inspector general, due to be published the next day, will claim that HEW "wastes...
  • George Washington
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    Abstract:This case presents a firsthand view of the commander-in-chief of the American Revolutionary Army and the first president of the United States, as seen through the eyes of his contemporaries. Quoting liberally from...
  • Keynes and Friedman on the Great Depression
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    Abstract:The dispute between John Maynard Keynes and Milton Friedman over economic theory has established many of the parameters for current economic discussion and political action. This case examines their differing...
  • Office for Civil Rights (A)
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    Abstract:This case examines attempts made in the late 1970s to revitalize the much-maligned Office for Civil Rights in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Part A puts the student in the position of David Tatel,...
  • Office for Civil Rights (B)
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    Abstract:This case examines attempts made in the late 1970s to revitalize the much-maligned Office for Civil Rights in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Part A puts the student in the position of David Tatel,...
  • Office for Civil Rights (B: Sequel)
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    Abstract:This case examines attempts made in the late 1970s to revitalize the much-maligned Office for Civil Rights in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Part A puts the student in the position of David Tatel,...
  • Age Discrimination
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    Abstract:In this disguised case, Nick Werden, a 59-year-old scientist and former division head at the Kennedy Space Exploration and Research Administration, brings an age discrimination suit against his employers after he...
  • Bill White and the Veterans Administration:  Federal Version
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    Abstract:In this disguised case, Jack Goldman, director of the Illiana Veterans Administration Hospital, and his assistant for administrative services, Bill White, are requested by the new VA administration in Washington, DC...
  • Consumer Affairs and the FDIC
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    Abstract:This case examines the efforts of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to establish a special "consumer affairs" office in response to the mandate of the 1975 Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act...
  • Consumer Affairs and the FDIC:  Abridged
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    Abstract:This case examines the efforts of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to establish a special "consumer affairs" office in response to the mandate of the 1975 Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act...
  • Mary Anderson and the Women's Bureau
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    Abstract:In 1887 sixteen-year-old Mary Anderson and her sister left their native Sweden in search of better economic opportunities in the United States. This search led Anderson into the growing trade union movement in the...
  • Mary Anderson and the Women's Bureau: Hypothetical
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    Abstract:In 1887 sixteen-year-old Mary Anderson and her sister left their native Sweden in search of better economic opportunities in the United States. This search led Anderson into the growing trade union movement in the...
  • Merit Pay at the Department of Health  (Abridged)
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    Abstract:In this disguised case, John Corbin arrives at the Division of Departmental Services in the Department of Health to take on the job of deputy director. At the same time, the department has directed its senior...
  • Merit Pay Exercise: A Case-Based Exercise For Management Education
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    Abstract:In this disguised case, John Corbin arrives at the Division of Departmental Services in the Department of Health to take on the job of deputy director. At the same time, the department has directed its senior...
  • Oversight of the Criminal Division (A)
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    Abstract:Philip Heymann, assistant attorney general in the criminal division of the Department of Justice, is under pressure from Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to provide them with files on several...
  • Oversight of the Criminal Division (B)
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    Abstract:Philip Heymann, assistant attorney general in the criminal division of the Department of Justice, is under pressure from Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to provide them with files on several...
  • Oversight of the Criminal Division (C)
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    Abstract:Philip Heymann, assistant attorney general in the criminal division of the Department of Justice, is under pressure from Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to provide them with files on several...
  • Oversight of the Criminal Division (Supplement)
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    Abstract:Philip Heymann, assistant attorney general in the criminal division of the Department of Justice, is under pressure from Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to provide them with files on several...
  • Title IV-A Social Services Claims  Resolution
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    Abstract:The 1962 Public Welfare Amendments Act authorized HEW to grant funds to states for social services delivered to both actual and potential welfare recipients. The ambiguity of the law and the Great Society zeal of...
  • Americanizing the Vietnam War: Hypothetical
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    Abstract:In 1964--65, the United States made a series of decisions that culminated in the commitment of large ground forces to South Vietnam for sustained offensive action. President Johnson thus effectively took over the...
  • Americanizing the Vietnam War: Vietnam Documents
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    Abstract:In 1964--65, the United States made a series of decisions that culminated in the commitment of large ground forces to South Vietnam for sustained offensive action. President Johnson thus effectively took over the...
  • CIA to 1961
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    Abstract:This case traces the organizational history of the Central Intelligence Agency from its establishment after World War II to its role in the Bay of Pigs invasion. It outlines key factors that served to shape the...
  • Controlling AFDC Error Rates (A)
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    Abstract:Five HEW secretaries, from the late sixties through 1979, struggled to implement "quality control" in the Aid to Families with Dependent Children program. This quality control aimed to reduce financially and...
  • Controlling AFDC Error Rates (B)
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    Abstract:Five HEW secretaries, from the late sixties through 1979, struggled to implement "quality control" in the Aid to Families with Dependent Children program. This quality control aimed to reduce financially and...
  • Job Enrichment (A)
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    Abstract:In Part A, management of a federal claims processing division decides to restructure the operation in order to promote employee morale and efficiency. Organizational restructuring is based on the concept of...
  • Job Enrichment (B)
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    Abstract:In Part A, management of a federal claims processing division decides to restructure the operation in order to promote employee morale and efficiency. Organizational restructuring is based on the concept of...
  • Labor/Mgt Relations & Civil Service Reform Act
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    Abstract:The Civil Service Reform Act, which was signed into law by President Carter in 1978, constituted the first comprehensive revision of the civil service system since its inception in 1883. The case examines the...
  • Legalizing Laetrile
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    Abstract:This case describes the legalization of Laetrile, a purported natural cancer treatment, by the New Jersey legislature and the subsequent resistance by the state health department.Learning Objective:It considers both...
  • Police Negotiations in Barkfield, MA (A)
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    Abstract:This disguised case concerns contract negotiations between the town of Barkfield, Massachusetts, and its ten--officer police local. After an impasse was reached, the Joint Labor management Committee, a...
  • Police Negotiations in Barkfield, MA (B)
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    Abstract:This disguised case concerns contract negotiations between the town of Barkfield, Massachusetts, and its ten--officer police local. After an impasse was reached, the Joint Labor management Committee, a...
  • Police Negotiations in Barkfield, MA (C)
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    Abstract:This disguised case concerns contract negotiations between the town of Barkfield, Massachusetts, and its ten--officer police local. After an impasse was reached, the Joint Labor management Committee, a...
  • Steel Seizure (A): Summary Case
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    Abstract:In 1952, with steel deemed a necessity for national defense, the US faced the prospect of a national steelworkers' strike. This three-part case examines the Truman administration's response to the threatened strike...
  • Steel Seizure (A): Supplement
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    Abstract:In 1952, with steel deemed a necessity for national defense, the US faced the prospect of a national steelworkers' strike. This three-part case examines the Truman administration's response to the threatened strike...
  • Steel Seizure (B)
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    Abstract:In 1952, with steel deemed a necessity for national defense, the US faced the prospect of a national steelworkers' strike. This three-part case examines the Truman administration's response to the threatened strike...
  • Steel Seizure (C)
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    Abstract:In 1952, with steel deemed a necessity for national defense, the US faced the prospect of a national steelworkers' strike. This three-part case examines the Truman administration's response to the threatened strike...
  • Steel Seizure (C): Supplement
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    Abstract:In 1952, with steel deemed a necessity for national defense, the US faced the prospect of a national steelworkers' strike. This three-part case examines the Truman administration's response to the threatened strike...
  • Voting Rights Act of 1965: Summary Case
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    Abstract:This case series examines the events that culminated in the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Part A traces the development of voting registration drives in Selma, Alabama, and examines their role in...
  • Contracting For Human Services (A)
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    Abstract:John Calhoun was appointed commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services in 1976. At that point the agency was still in administrative turmoil, as it had switched from state--run training schools to...
  • Contracting For Human Services (B)
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    Abstract:John Calhoun was appointed commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services in 1976. At that point the agency was still in administrative turmoil, as it had switched from state--run training schools to...
  • Detroit Fiscal Crisis (B)
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    Abstract:This case concerns a major fiscal problem facing the city of Detroit, and its mayor Coleman Young, in the 1970s. Part A presents a profile of Detroit, a deteriorating manufacturing center with virtually all of the...
  • MBTA: Agenda Setting (A)
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    Abstract:This series of cases on the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, the mass transit agency serving the Boston metropolitan area, examines the management of an urban service delivery agency. Each case, as well as the...
  • MBTA: Agenda Setting (B)
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    Abstract:This series of cases on the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, the mass transit agency serving the Boston metropolitan area, examines the management of an urban service delivery agency. Each case, as well as the...
  • MBTA: Labor Relations (A)
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    Abstract:This series of cases on the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, the mass transit agency serving the Boston metropolitan area, examines the management of an urban service delivery agency. Each case, as well as the...
  • MBTA: Labor Relations (B)
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    Abstract:This series of cases on the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, the mass transit agency serving the Boston metropolitan area, examines the management of an urban service delivery agency. Each case, as well as the...
  • MBTA: Rail Equipment Budgeting (A)
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    Abstract:This series of cases on the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, the mass transit agency serving the Boston metropolitan area, examines the management of an urban service delivery agency. Each case, as well as the...
  • MBTA: Rail Equipment Budgeting (B)
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    Abstract:This series of cases on the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, the mass transit agency serving the Boston metropolitan area, examines the management of an urban service delivery agency. Each case, as well as the...
  • Note on the MBTA
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    Abstract:This series of cases on the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, the mass transit agency serving the Boston metropolitan area, examines the management of an urban service delivery agency. Each case, as well as the...
  • Central Utah Project (Sequel)
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    Abstract:This case examines Interior Secretary Rogers Morton's decision to continue construction of the Bonneville unit of the Central Utah Project (CUP), a $2.1 billion multi-purpose water resource project. Part A outlines...
  • Tocks Island Dam: Preface
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    Abstract:This case describes the Corps of Engineers' plan to build a dam and reservoir on the Delaware River for flood control, water supply, recreation, and power generation. Students may be asked to set up a cost--benefit...
  • Tocks Island Dam: Supplement
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    Abstract:This case describes the Corps of Engineers' plan to build a dam and reservoir on the Delaware River for flood control, water supply, recreation, and power generation. Students may be asked to set up a cost--benefit...
  • Auto Safety (A)
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    Abstract:Until the passage of the National Motor Vehicle and Traffic Safety Act in 1966, the issue of car safety had been largely ignored by both the government and automobile industry. This case traces the events that led...
  • Auto Safety (B)
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    Abstract:Until the passage of the National Motor Vehicle and Traffic Safety Act in 1966, the issue of car safety had been largely ignored by both the government and automobile industry. This case traces the events that led...
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