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Recent reforms in the management structure of local authorities - the London boroughs
1969 by University of Birmingham. Institute of Local Government Studies in Birmingham .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] R. Greenwood, A.L. Norton [and] J.D. Stewart.|
|Series||Occasional papers. Series A -- No. 2.|
|Contributions||Norton, Alan, 1926-, Stewart, John, 1929 Mar. 19-, University of Birmingham. Institute of Local Government Studies.|
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