Substate Regionalism and the Federal System: The challenge of local governmental reorganization

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112. lappuse - Metropolitan Statistical Areas as defined by the US Office of Management and Budget.
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iii. lappuse - Commission, in the performance of its duties, will — (1) bring together representatives of the Federal, State, and local governments for the consideration of common problems ; (2) provide a forum for discussing the administration and 73 STAT. coordination of Federal grant and other programs requiring intergovernmental cooperation ; (3) give critical attention to the conditions and controls involved in the administration of Federal grant programs; (4) make available...
109. lappuse - Corty, Rural-Urban Consolidation: The Merger of Governments in the Baton Rouge Area (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1964); Melvin Mogulof, Five Metropolitan Governments (Washington DC: Urban Institute, 1973); Daniel R. Grant, "Metropolis and Professional Political Leadership: The Case of Nashville," Annals of the American Academy of the Political and Social Science 353 (May 1964), 72-83; John M.
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