American State and Local Politics: Directions for the 21st Century
Ronald E. Weber, Paul Brace
Chatham House Publishers, Seven Bridges Press, 1999 - Political Science - 361 pages
This text brings together a team of scholars from state and local government and politics to provide an array of viewpoints on the impact in the US of major institutional changes in the states and localities since the 1970s. The contributors discuss the status of state and local government practices and point out the challenges facing officials as they enter the next millennium. The book is aimed at upper-level undergraduates.
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