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|Vol. XV No. 3
13 Pate Philip: leader of Senate minority and DuPage's GOP machine
Michael D. Klemens
17 Lottery profits and school funds puzzle: math and language skills required
23 Illinois tollroads: the insularity of authority
Thomas J. Lee
26 The state of the House rules
Prisoners and college students Charles N. Wheeler III
10 The state of the State
Thompson outlines the goodd, the bad, but not the ugly Michael D. Klemens
33 The Rostrum
For Illinois, a decade of missed opportunities Jeff Brody
34 The Pulse
Why do voters find candidates attractive? Michael McKeon
West side stadia district? Paul M. Green
5 State Stix
Is tourism important to Illinois? Bill Kemp
27 Legislative Action
AIDS debate: right of public v. rights of individuals Bill Kemp
28 Judicial Rulings F. Mark Siebert
29 State Reports Anna J. Merritt
30 Book Reviews
Predictably unpredictable fiction Rich Shereikis
7 Illinois Issues 1988 Index to Book Reviews
19 Illinois Issues 1988 Index to Titles
Cover illustrations: Pictured is James "Pate" Philip, minority leader of the Illinois Senate. He is in the Senate chamber where he has led the Republicans since 1981. The photographer is Jay Barnard.
The four-color cover illustrations are made possible by a generous grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.