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Political Careers: Recruitment Through the Legislature

Leonard I. Ruchelman - Legislators - 1970 - 216 pages
Using New York State legislators as case material and data from newspapers, questionnaires, interviews, census reports, and biographical directories, the author helps the ...
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Police Politics: A Comparative Study of Three Cities

Leonard I. Ruchelman - Chicago (Ill.) - 1974 - 118 pages
Investigation and comparison of important issues of police policy in New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago for the period covering 1966 to 1969. The book focuses on the three ...
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Cities in the Twenty-first Century

Diane R. Suchman, Urban Land Institute - Architecture - 2000 - 61 pages
Authored by seasoned professionals, this book explains the various types of projects, covers the all-important "lifestyle" concept that motivates sales, and provides state-of ...
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From Chicago to L.A.: Making Sense of Urban Theory

Michael Dear, J. Dallas Dishman - Science - 2001 - 444 pages
From Chicago to L.A. critically examines some of the major precepts of what some refer to as the `Los Angeles School' of urban theory. The contributors to this book break new ...
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Cities on the Rebound: A Vision for Urban America

William H. Hudnut - Business & Economics - 1998 - 174 pages
Author Bill Hudnut draws on his past experience as mayor of Indianapolis to describe his vision for dealing with diversity, encouraging sustainable development, finding ...
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