Public affairs may refer to:
- Public administration
- Public policy
- Public affairs (military)
- Public affairs (broadcasting)
- PublicAffairs, a USA publishing company
- Public Affairs (political party), a Czech political party
- Public Affairs Quarterly, an academic journal of social and political philosophy published by the University of Illinois Press
- Public relations (PR), the practice of managing the flow of information between an organization and its publics.
- 'Public affairs' is also a term used in relation to lobbying.
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... State Advisory Council on Career and Technical Education, Human Services Public Safety Committee of the Southern Legislative Conference (SLC), Human Services Welfare Committee of ... Prior to his public service in the legislature, Peace worked at McGuire Woods Consulting, a national public affairs and public relations firm ... He began his public affairs career by working as a legislative aide to then-Delegate Eric Cantor (now 7th District U.S ...
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... was introduced in the House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs in October 1945 at the request of the State Department ... with fresh memories of President Woodrow Wilson’s Committee for Public Information (CPI), President Franklin D ... key issue was not whether US Government information activities should be known to the American public, but whether the State Department could be trusted to create ...
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“The more reasonable a student was in mathematics, the more unreasonable she was in the affairs of real life, concerning which few trustworthy postulates have yet been ascertained.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“If you have a message you want to send to hell, give it to me; Ill carry it!”
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