5 edition of Small City and Regional Community found in the catalog.
Small City and Regional Community
Robert P. Wolensky
by University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Foundat
Written in English
|Contributions||Edward J. Miller (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
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As a vigorous and readable presentation of facts, it should appeal to the reader who would like to know how his/her own community is run. They are seen as “big city amenities,” likely because citizens identify them with places like New York City or San Francisco.
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