Full text: Brief von Betram Schefold an Josef Steindl

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Works in a series 
Merrington, S. (1974), A Review of Corporate Planning Developments in 
English Local Authorities, Inlogov Discussion Paper No. 4 (Birmingham: 
Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham). 
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