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1 State Government in Urban Problems 1 (1974)

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TAX FOUNDATION'S
October 1974
STATE GOVERNMENT IN URBAN PROBLEMS
During the past decade the states have begun to play a larger
role in the problems of urban government. This bibliography
contains general references concerned with the various aspects
of the states' changing role.
Adrian, Charles R. The States and the Ghettos. In Warren, Robert L., ed.
Politics and the Ghettos. New York: Atherton Press, 1969. pp. 82-103.
Discusses the failures of the states in the chronic problem of urban poverty
and suggests alternative courses of action.
Alcock, Robert M. Housing and Community Development. In The Book of the States,
1972-73. Lexington, Kentucky: Council of State Governments, 1972. pp. 446-457.
Indicates the rapid development of state department of community affairs and
their functions.
Amdursky, Robert S. The Urban Crisis and the Need for State Constitutional Revision,
State Government, Vol. 41, No. 3, Summer 1968, pp. 157-163.
Discusses the need for updating state constituti6ns to meet the requirements
of present-day urban problems and offers an approach to constitutional change based
on experience in New York State.
Bebout, John E. The Emerging State Governments, State Government, Vol. 45, No. 3,
Summer 1972, pp. 165-179.
Describes the traditional role of the states, their strategic position in
the intergovernmental system, the mounting concern for the states and the states'
response.
Beckman, Norman and Ingraham, Page L. The States and Urban Areas, Law and
Contemporary Prbblems, Vol. 35, No. 1, Winter 1965, pp. 76-102.
Explains why the states will take a larger role and surveys the progress to
date.
Beer, Samuel H. and Barringer, Richard E., eds. The State and the Poor. Cambridge:
Winthrop Publishers, Inc., 1970. 329 pp.
A detailed study of what Massachusetts is doing for the poor, including
analyses of such areas as finance, public assistance, housing, job training,
education and transportation.
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