Making CETA work for workers, for neighborhoods: a policy analysis and manual for groups using government programs in the building of working neighborhoods
Scott Bernstein, James Pitts, Community Renewal Society, Chicago. Committee on Unemployment and the Future of Work
Committee on Unemployment and the Future of Work, Community Renewal Society, 1979 - Business & Economics - 58 pages
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