|Statement||edited by Harold j. Laski ... W. Ivor Jennings ... [and] William A. Robson ... published under the auspices of the National association of local government officers.|
|Contributions||Jennings, Ivor, Sir, 1903-1965, joint ed., Robson, William Alexander, 1895- joint ed., Halévy, Elie, 1870-1937., National Association of Local Government Officers.|
|LC Classifications||JS3065 .L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l.,  - 5ll,  p.|
|LC Control Number||36007532|
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