Governing Middle-Sized Cities: Studies in Mayoral Leadership download epub
by James R. Bowers,Wilbur C. Rich
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By James R. Bowers, Wilbur C. Rich. This book is intended for both scholarly and student audiences. The dominant trend is to present in-depth case studies of single mayors (. Martin Gruberg's Case Study in U. S. Urban Leadership and Wilbur Rich's Coleman Young and Detroit Politics); concentrate disproportionately on big-city mayors (. Leonard Ruchelman's Big City Mayors: The Crisis in Urban Politics); or explore primarily.
ISBN: 978-1-55587-895-5. Each study provides a brief background sketch of the case city, places the mayor's leadership style and skills within a conceptual framework, illustrates the mayor's approach to a specific urban issue (. education, crime, economic development, the political incorporation of minorities), and discusses the effectiveness of that approach.
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Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub (March 1, 2000)
Pages: 247 pages