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Federal-City Relations in the United States
John Joseph Gunther
by Univ of Delaware Pr
Written in English
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Federal City Relations in the United States: The Role of the Mayors in Federal Aid to Cities Hardcover – June 1, by John Joseph Gunther (Author)Cited by: 7. John Gunther served thirty years as the staff head of the United States Conference of Mayors and here examines in detail the development of U.S.
federal-city relations. He argues that each step of Author: John J. Gunther. Get this from a library. Federal-city relations in the s. [United States Conference of Mayors.;]. John Gunther served thirty years as the staff head of the United States Conference of Mayors and here examines in detail the development of U.S.
federal-city relations. He argues that each step of the federal-city relationship was a major effort by mayors to win intergovernmental cooperation.
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