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Urban policymaking and metropolitan dynamics
|Statement||(edited by) John S. Adams.|
|Contributions||Adams, John S, 1938-|
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Author(s): Adams,J S Title(s): Urban policymaking and metropolitan dynamics: a comparative geographical analysis/ J.S. Adams. Publisher: Lippincott and Ballinger.
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