Date of Original Version

Spring 1984

Type

Thesis

Rights Management

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Abstract or Description

INTRODUCTION 1
THE NEED FOR STUDY OF URBAN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 4
METHOD OF STUDY 7
SELECTINGTHE CITY-SAMPLE GROUP 9
TRENDS IN URBAN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 1910 TO 1930 10
CHOICE OF INDEPENDENT VARIABLES 14
ANALYSIS OF THE STATISTICAL MODEL 18
PITTSBURGH:A CASE STUDY 37
CONCLUSION 48
APPENDICES 51
BIBLIOGRAPHY 54

Comments

Advisor: John Modell

Department of History

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