Pogue, Thomas F.
March 1970
National Tax Journal;Mar70, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p36
Academic Journal
Studies the effects of local government debt limits in the United States. Local government spending; Effect of debt limits and referendum requirements on per capital debt levels; Impact on local government share of combined state and local spending.


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