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Building StateLevel Advocacy Networks CVC After Two Years

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  • Debra A. Strong
  • Sheila Hoag
  • Subuhi Asheer
  • Jamila Henderson

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  • Debra A. Strong & Sheila Hoag & Subuhi Asheer & Jamila Henderson, 2010. "Building StateLevel Advocacy Networks CVC After Two Years," Mathematica Policy Research Reports fc9e87638f6f4efda90a07347, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:fc9e87638f6f4efda90a073470d86044
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