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The author provides a study of metropolitan government, outlines the need for a unit of government at the metropolitan scale and discusses the relevant theoretical aspects of local government reorganization. Developments in metropolitan government in London, Manchester, Melbourne, Toronto and San Francisco are examined, documenting approximately one hundred years of progress. In all these cities recent events indicate the demise of metropolitan government, but Max Barlow suggests that as we approach the turn of the century the case for metropolitan government will likely grow stronger, and there may be renewed efforts in this sphere of government.
Metropolitan Government (Routledge Geography and Environment Series) download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Max Barlow
ISBN: 0415020999
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge (November 20, 1991)
Pages: 352 pages