Governing the metropolis.


New York, Wiley [1962] .

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Subjects Droit municipal -- EĢtats-Unis.
Metropolitan government -- United States.
Metropolitan government.
Municipal government -- United States.
Municipal government.
United States.
Urban policy -- United States.
Urban policy.
Description 153 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary "This book is an effort to summarize many studies of politics and government in metropolitan areas. It rests upon the work of scores of scholars, actors, and observers. It is by no means complete. Metropolitanization has come upon us so rapidly that we are still struggling to understand it. Undoubtedly many complexities are omitted, many generalizations are debatable. I have followed the strategy of sacrificing detailed documentation to the demands of intellectual order. Thus the book is more than a photograph of big city government; it aims to be an analysis"--Preface.
Contents The city in time and space -- The people of the metropolis -- The government mosaic of the metropolis -- The governance of the central city -- The suburbs: "republics in miniature" -- The schizoid polity and the drive for reunification -- The metropolis and its future.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)503889
(OCoLC)ocm00503889
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WorldCat Identities Greer, Scott A.
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