Cities as Partners in the Federal System
ROBERT B. THOMAS argues that American central cities confront a dilemma between pursuing a policy of economic development and that of providing better services to the poor. The dilemma is aggravated by the changes in aid programs funded by the federal government.
Energy, Economic Growth, and Regionalism in the West, Lynton R. Hayes Reviewed by Robert D. Thomas
Implementing Federal Programs at the Local Level, Robert D. Thomas
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