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Managing our urban environment
Daniel R. Mandelker
|Series||Contemporary legal education series|
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In the process, a number ofFile Size: 2MB. Managing Urban America guides students through the challenges, politics, and practice of urban management—including managing conflict through politics, adapting to demographic and social changes, balancing budgets, and delivering a myriad of goods and services to citizens in an efficient, equitable, and responsive manner.
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