About this item
George Allen &Unwin, 1985, FIRST EDITION. 270 pages. 6.5 x 9.5 Inches. A blue cloth cover hardback with silver titles on the spine. The book is in very good condition with minimal bumping on the top and bottom of the spine. Internally the book is clean with no markings or annotations. There is some light foxing on the top of the pages however. The dust jacket is unclipped, with no tears or folds but with some light scuffing to the surface and a few small creases near the top and bottom of the spine.
A book that analyses local government from 1935 to 1985. Eleven authors give their opinions on local government in relation to subjects such as finance, politics, law, policy etc. Complementing the detailed analysis are relevant charts and graphs. The book contains a forward by the distinguished academic, John Griffith, who was from the London School of Economics.
- Added value:
- 1st edition
- Loughlin, Martin; Gelfand, David M. & Young, Ken (eds)
- Very good
- George Allen & Unwin
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