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by Ursula K. Hicks

The Large City: A World Problem epub ebook

Author: Ursula K. Hicks
Language: English
Publisher: Macmillan (September 26, 1974)
Pages: 278 pages
ISBN: 0333172132
ISBN13: 978-0333172131
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How Does One Run a Large City? Pages 19-48.

eBook 9,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). How Does One Run a Large City? Pages 19-48. Experiments in Metropolitan Areas. Transport and Housing. Pollution and Health Hazards. The Finance of Local Services. The Management of Urban Development. Fiscal Practices and Potentialities.

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