POLS 7470X Metropolitan Areas and Community Power Analysis
30 hours plus conference; 3 credits
The urban power structure and the metropolitan complex. Regional planning for land use and transportation. Adjustment of government services to the metropolitan, social, and economic community. Political, fiscal, administrative, legal, constitutional problems. Changes in intergovernment relations. Labor and trade union power, labor-community coalitions, metro-unionism.
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