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Election, initiative, referendum and recall charter provisions in Michigan home rule cities by TsК»e-tsung Chou

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Published by Bureau of Government, Institute of Public Administration, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor .
Written in English



  • Michigan.


  • Local elections -- Michigan,
  • Referendum -- Michigan,
  • Recall -- Michigan,
  • Municipal charters -- Michigan

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Edition Notes

Bibliography: leaf 52.

Statementby Tse-Tsung Chow, Seymour Greenstone [and] Eleanor Tabor Linenthal.
SeriesUniversity of Michigan. Bureau of Government. Papers in public administration,, no. 26
LC ClassificationsJK5801 .M5 no. 26
The Physical Object
Pagination52 l.
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6265329M
LC Control Number58063820

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