bibliography of professions in British local government

by Michael Goldsmith

Publisher: Department of Politics and Contemporary History, University of Salford in Salford

Written in English
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At head of title: S.S.R.C. Urban History and Politics Study Group.

Statement(by) M.J. F. Goldsmith and Pauline Baxter.
ContributionsBaxter, Pauline., Social Science Research Council (GreatBritain). Urban History and Politics Study Group.
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Open LibraryOL14580160M

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