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Municipal
Review




VOLUME XXXIII



January


1- 56


February


57-112


March


113-160


April


161-216


May


217-272


June


273-320



July 321-372

No August Issue
September 373-436

October 437-500

November 501-572

December 573-648



Supplement to the

NATIONAL MUNICIPAL REVIEW

January 1945, Vol. XXXIV, No. 1



NATIONAL MUNICIPAL LEAGUE

299 BROADWAY
NEW YORK 7



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. Volume XXXIII, 1944



AUTHORS



Arnall, Ellis 11

Atkins, Richard A 117

Bauer, John 277, 342, 395, 462

Beard, Charles A 503

Bebout, John 17, 88, 200

Beckett, Paul, 259

Biesen, Chester 128

Boutwell, William Dow 240

Burger, Alvin A 410

Childs, Richard S 514

Collins, Arthur 170

Costello, John J 197

Ennor, Howard R 430

Fisk, Amelia W 151

Ford, Robert S 576

Fowler, Richard B 258

Franklin, Zilpha C 27, 83, 192, 240,

298, 352, 403, 469, 639

Garnett, Burt 620

Gibbs, Raymond B 419

Gilmore, Harlan W 164

Gladfelter, Lloyd 391

Glenn, John M 407

Hallett, George H., Jr. . . 45, 100, 151, 213,

254, 264, 304, 312, 365, 422,

487, 558, 629

Hawke, Jerry R 641

Heavenrich, Max P., Jr 220

Heer, Clarence 325

Herbert, Carl P 340

Hinckley, Thomas L 229

Holmes, Lawrence G 336

Houseman, Julian Gary 179

Jones, O. Garfield 100

Judd, Dorothy L 39

Kaplan, H. Eliot 441

Kilpatrick, Wylie 490

Kunnemann, John 146

Lancaster, Lane W 473

Lanchester, H. V 133

Lederle, John W , 409

Leonard, J. M 341

Lex, William Barclay 37, 226

Lippert, David J 588



Loeb, Tess 14

Lovett, William P 292, 355, 634

Maguire, Frederick W 45

Mahoney, John H 619

Martin, James W 36, 253, 431

Mauck, Elwyn A. . . 53, 106, 157, 211, 256,

314, 367, 427, 490, 561, 633

Millard, Walter J 265, 266

Miller, William 105

Mohaupt, Rosina K 596

Mosher, William E 234, 615

Nelson, Herbert U 341

Nightingale, Edmund A 335

Noonan, Albert W 337

Olmsted, H. M. ... 31, 87, 139, 195, 248,

302, 356, 408, 476, 546, 617

Parker, Elsie S. . . . 54, 109, 159, 215, 264,

271, 319, 371, 418, 484, 555, 625

Patterson, R. F 105, 106

Patterson, Robert J 452

Perkins, John A 307

Pierce, Dixwell L 340

Pope, James P 287

Reed, Doris D 376

Reed, Thomas H 376

Reeves, Cuthbert E 339

Reid, Elizabeth Cassatt 49

Renne, R. R 448

Roher, Miriam 23, 81, 189, 243, 295,

350, 415

Ross, William A 123

Satterfield, M. H 214

Seasongood, Murray 539

Seidman, Harold 70

Senning, John P 60

Short, Lloyd M 251

Simpson, Herbert D 330

Smith, Wade S 43, 103, 154, 209, 268,

316, 368, 429, 493, 564, 637

Smitham, V. R 66

Stewart, Frank M 520

Stockwell, Harland C 338

Tanzer, Eleanor C 95

Tugman, William M 386, 458, 591



INDEX



Wager, Paul W 75

Waldron, Webb 7

Weidner, Edward W 283, 432, 495,

567, 642

Welling, Richard 407

Willmott, John F. . 583



Willoughby, Alfred 2, 3, 58, 114, 162,

218, 274, 275, 323, 374, 439, 574

Winant, John G 502

Womer, P. P 306

Woodruff, Clinton Rogers 511

Wyckoff, V. J 183



TITLES AND SUBJECTS
(Main Articles in Italics)



A



Accounting :

Machine Accounting 628

Administration: (See Public Adminis-
tration)
Alabama :
Bureau of Public Administration of

the University of 244

New Series 244

Retirement System Planned for

Employees 548

Albany, New York:

City Club 261, 311, 627

League of Women Voters 41

Official Gets Louisville Award .... 429
Alexandria, Louisiana:
Civil Service Progress in Louisi-
ana Cities 551

Allegheny County, Pennsylvania:
Civic Club 310, 422, 628

American Bar Association Examines
Merit System 551

AM A Conference This Month 481

American Municipal Association
Holds 21st Convention 622

American Planning and Civic Asso-
ciation 311

American Society for Public Admin-
istration 296

Anchorage, Alaska:

Interest in Manager Plan 250

Annexation :

Model County Faces Problems ... 179
Arbitration :

Los Angeles Uses Arbitration for
Contract Dispute 142



617
311



617



358



Arizona :

Constitutional Issues Meet Varied
Fates in November Election ....

State Taxpayers' Association

Arkansas:

Constitutional Issues Meet Varied
Fates in November Election ....
Arlington County, Virginia:

Wins Pedestrian Protection Con-
test

Wins Traffic Contest 358

Ashtabula, Ohio:

Petitions to Abandon Manager
Plan 477

Retains Manager Charter 618

Assessments :

Assessment Blues 189

Assessments 553

Chicago Changes Basis of Property
Valuation 268

New Assessed Valuation Fixed for
Chicago 369

Questioning the Assessor 261

Reassessment 624

Tax Rates of American Cities . . . 596
Australia :

Notes 644

Reconstructing Local Units in .... 644
Authorities :

New York Authorities Win Bond
Tax Cases 154

Port Authority Tax Exemption
Affirmed 493

Public Housing in Pittsburgh 350

B

Baltimore, Maryland:

Charter Commission Considers

P. R 632

Citizens League 311, 629



MAY 7 1945



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City and County Leagues of

Women Voters 263

Commission on Governmental Effi-
ciency and Economy .... 42, 245, 552
Payroll Deductions for Union Dues

in 480

Sees Prospect of Charter Revision 93
Two Committees Collaborate on

New Charter 140

Harrington, Illinois:

League of Women Voters 208

Battle Greek, Michigan:

Defeats Manager Proposal 250

To Vote on Manager Plan 141

Beatrice, Nebraska:

Win or Lose (Editorial) 6

Beaver Comity, Pennsylvania:

Plans for Tomorrow 561

Bemidji, Minnesota:

League of Women Voters 149

Bennington, Vermont:

Retains Manager Plan 199

Benton Harbor, Michigan:

To Revise Charter 141

Berkley, Michigan:

Adopts. Manager Charter 618

Defeats Manager Proposal 413

To Vote on Manager Charter . . . 550
Billboards :

Those Billboards 296

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan:

Added to Manager List 33

Bogalusa, Louisiana:
Civil Service Progress in Louisi-
ana Cities 551

Bonding of Public Employees:

Introduction to Crime 244

Bonds and Debt: (see Finance Bonds
and Debt)

Books in Review . . 54, 109, 159, 215, 271,
319, 371, 435, 499, 570, 646

Boston, Massachusetts:

Cities in Area Studied 623

Half Century Half Measure .... 117

Looks at "In Lieu" Payments .... 243

Municipal Research Bureau . . 191, 243,

245, 296
Offers Prize for Metropolitan Area



Plan 197

Stages Greatest Cleanup in Its
History 305

Utilities Organized by Districts . . 395

Women's Municipal League 41

Boulder, Colorado:

Election Uncontested 52

Brewer, Maine:

Distributes News Sheet 250

Brooklyn, New York:

Ballots Re-examined 265

Budgets: (See Finance Budgets)
Buffalo, New York:

Municipal Research Bureau . . 190, 245,
297, 553, 624

Utilities Organized by Districts ... 395
Burlington, Iowa:

Iowa City-County Health Unit

Opens Center 107

Burlington, North Carolina:

Interest in Manager Plan 358

Manager Plan Proposed 550

Burlington, Vermont:

Manager Plan Studied 34



California:

Bureau of Governmental Research

of the University at Los Angeles 552
Bureau of Public Administration of

the University at Berkeley ... 81, 416
Constitutional Issues Meet Varied
Fates in November Election ... 617

League of Cities 350

Metropolitan Areas Committee Es-
tablished in 197

People 416

Permanent Disaster Council Pro-
posed for 359

Postwar Facts 416

Property Owners Association .... 364
State Reconstruction and Reem-

ployment Commission 416

Taxpayers Association 42, 628

To Amend Constitution 317

Cambridge, Massachusetts:

Club 261

Committee for Plan E 261, 262

Developments under "Plan E" . 313



INDEX



Holds Second P. R. Election 151

Canada:

Citizens Research Institute . . 190, 245,

297

From a Canadian Editorial 560

Succeeds in Anti-Inflation Policy 32
Canton, Illinois:

Interest in Manager Plan .... 250, 358
Census, Bureau of the :
Bureau of Census Estimates County

Population Trends 107

Census Bureau Issues 1942 County

Finance Study 491

County Finance Subject of New

Study 314

Chattanooga, Tennessee:

To Study Manager Plan 549

Cheyenne, Wyoming:

Interest in Manager Plan 250

Chicago:

Changes Basis of Property Valua-
tion 268

Citizens Association 205, 310

City Club . . 40, 42, 96, ISO, 206, 260,
261, 362, 364, 421, 628, 629
City Club Suggests Citizenship

Ceremonial 96

Civic Federation 41, 42, 99, 244,

261, 557
Civic Group Urges Reforms for

Cook County 53

Group Investigates Non-Registra-
tion 205

Juvenile Delinquency Probed .... 364
Member Activity Promoted by

Series of Meetings 362

New Assessed Valuation Fixed for 369

Union League Club 207

Utilities Organized by Districts . . 395
Christian County, Kentucky:
Health Consolidation Succeeds and

Fails 635

Cincinnati :

Charter Committee Reverses Down-
ward Trend 49

Charter Women's Club 309

City Charter Committee . . 309, 486, 626

League Chosen for Survey 2

P. R. in (Editorial) . 375



20 Years Forward in 376

Wins Traffic Contest 358

Citizen Action and Organization: (See

also Democracy, Preservation of)
American Bar Association Exam-
ines Merit System 551

Another Citizens' Council for Kan-
sas 306

Baltimore Charter Commission

Considers P. R 632

Baltimore Sees Prospect of Char-
ter Revision 93

Boy Legislature Plan Spreading. . 283
Bringing State Government to the

Citizen 419

Chicago City Club Suggests Citi-
zenship Ceremonial 96

Chicago Group Investigates Non-
Registration 205

Cincinnati's Charter Committee

Reverses Downward Trend .... 49

Citizen Action (Department) ... 37, 95,

145, 203, 258, 306, 361, 418,

484, 555, 625

Citizen Participation 627

Citizen Probe Halts One of Two

P. R. Repeal Moves 488

Citizens and Officials Plan for

Grand Rapids 39

Citizens, Schools Cooperate on

Election Project 37

City Club Committees Report . . 42

Civic Fund Campaign 363

Civic Groups Plan "A Greater San

Francisco" 484

Cleveland Citizens Form Bureau

of Research 145

College Students Make Parking

Survey 362

Community Training Course .... 487
Dallas Prepares for the Future .... 66
An Educated Electorate in Yonkers 22
Fifteen Points for Revamping the

Legislature 420

Fifty Years Ago and Today (Edi-
torial) 3

For the Record (Editorial) 275

"For THIS We Fight" 147

The GI's Cast Their Ballots . 588



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Good Government Continues in

Yonkers SO

Grand Rapids Manager Govern-
ment Studied 148

Hamilton Repels Fourth Attack on

P. R 630

Hamilton's Ninth P. R. Election . . 100
How Not to Be a Good Citizen . . 310
Judicial Election Reform Suggested

for New York 90

Kansas City Voters Score Again . . . .258
Keeping the Citizen Informed .... 261

The League and the Future 503

The League's Second Stretch 514

Long Beach Overwhelms Reaction-
ary Charter 632

Los Angeles Citizens Ask New

Charter 258

Los Angeles Town Hall Reports

on Redevelopment 485

Los Angeles Town Hall Studies
Metropolitan Sewage Problem . . 259

Lowell's First P. R. Election 45

Machine Beats County Charter . . . 583

May 21 Is Citizenship Day 267

Member Activity Promoted by

Series of Meetings 362

Membership Goal Passed 364

Milestones of the First 50 Years . . 520

Milwaukee Goes Debt Free 391

Montgomery County Campaigns

for Manager Charter 428

New Citizen Group for Los An-
geles 95

New Citizens Committee Active in

Rockland, Maine 308

A Nonpartisan, Non-Axe-Grinding

Lobby 95

Ohio League of Women Voters

Issues Election Primer 206

One Man Grand Jury in Action. . 292
Oregon Voters Adopt County Man-
ager Amendment 633

Party Politics Discussed in Illinois

League Pamphlet 97

Pattern for Planning 295

Philadelphia Planning Group

Makes Report 361

Phoenix Voters Preserve Good



Government Gains 204

Planning Institutes and Populari-
zation Assist Cities' Postwar

Programs 248

Portland City Club Provides for

Special Research Fund 625

Portland City Club Stresses Re-
search 418

P. R. in Cincinnati (Editorial) . . 375
Producing Better Citizens (Edi-
torial) 324

Public Service School to Open

in Detroit 203

Rising Tide of Civic Progress ... 511
Rochester, New York, Welcomes

New Citizens with Banquet . . . 307
Rockland Citizen Group Recom-
mends Manager Plan 625

Rotary International Considers the

Hare System 265

Seattle City Council Asks Citi-
zen Groups to Draft New

Charter 145

Seattle League Committees Begin

Fall Programs 484

Strictly Personal .... 364, 422, 487, 558
Toledo Voters Inspect Their City 555
20 Years Forward in Cincinnati . . 376
Two Attacks on P. R. Charters . . 487
Two Committees Collaborate on

New Baltimore Charter 140

Wanted: Better Politicians (Edi-
torial) 323

Wanted: New Type Politician . . 234
What of the Next 50 Years? .... 539
What's Wrong With Our System?

(Editorial) 162

Whose Responsibility? (Editorial) 114

Win or Lose (Editorial) 6

With the Women Voters . . 41, 97, 149,
208, 263, 556

Women Voters Conduct Vote Cam-
paign 420

Women Voters Report on P. R. . . 264
Your County Government 1844 or

1944 Model? 484

City Councils: (See Legislative Bodies
and Proportional Representation)



INDEX



City-County Consolidation :

City-County Unification Again
Proposed for Cleveland 316

Civic Group Urges Reforms for
Cook County '.'. S3

Consolidation of King County and
Seattle Advocated 257

Local Government Consolidation 41
City-County Cooperation: (See also
Metropolitan Areas and Interjuris-
dictional Cooperation)

Arizona City and County Join in
Postwar Plan 63S

City-County Planning Activity In-
creases 256

Cobb County-Marietta, Georgia,
City-County Park Planned 212

Colorado City and County Estab-
lish Joint Health Unit 562

Cooperation on Personnel Prob-
lems 552

Health Consolidation Succeeds and
Fails 635

Iowa City-County Health Unit
Opens Center 107

Tennessee County and City Health

Units Consolidate 107

City Manager: (See Council-Manager

Government)

Civil Service: (See Personnel)
Clark County, Tennessee :

Tennessee County and City Health

Units Consolidate 107

Cleveland, Ohio:

Citizens Form Bureau of Research 145

Citizens League .... 41, 145, 263, 297,
309, 624, 626, 628

City-County Unification Again
Proposed for 316

Police to Study Juvenile Delin-
quency Causes 479

Cobb County, Georgia:

Cobb County-Marietta, Georgia,

City-County Park Planned 212

Collective Bargaining: (See Industry

and Labor)
College Station, Texas:

Adopts Manager Plan 357



Colorado :

Consolidation of Local Planning Is

Progressing 635

Pitfalls of Earmarking Public

Funds (Editorial) 374

Columbus, Ohio:

Citizens Research, Inc 296

Interest in Manager Plan 250, 358

Manager Petitions Circulated .... 305

Community Services, Inc 311

Congress: (See Legislative Bodies)
Connecticut :

Council Seeks Legislative Improve-
ment 623

League of Women Voters 149, 208

Merit System Association 262

Modernizing Municipal Reports . . 23
Public Expenditure Council . . 23, 295,

417, 623

Reports 417

Consolidation of Functions: (See Inter-

jurisdictional Cooperation)
Consolidation of Local Governments :
Township Consolidation Stressed

in Indiana 106

Constitutions :

California to Amend Constitution 317
Committees Draft Changes for

Missouri Constitution 143

Constitutional Amendments 624

Constitutional Issues Meet Varied
Fates in November Election .... 617

Constitution by Convention 14

Constitution Convention Approves

County Changes 367

Constitutions Submitted: New Jer-
sey this Month, Missouri in

February 546

Danger Signs from New Jersey

(Editorial) 574

Limited Merit System for Mis-
souri Constitution 410

Missouri Constitutional Conven-
tion Considers County Home

Rule 158

New Constitution 311

New Jersey Legislature Submits
New Constitution to Voters . 200



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New Jersey's 1944 Constitutional
Convention Gets to Work 88

New Task for a Legislature 17

Proposed Amendment Links Gov-
ernor, Lieutenant-Governor .... 201

P. R. Before Missouri Constitution
Convention 312

39 Statewide Proposals in 1943
Elections 143

25 Study Georgia Basic Law 11

Your County Government 1844 or
1944 Model? 484

Contributors in Review 30, 86, 138,

194, 247, 301, 355, 406, 472, 545, 616

Cook County, Illinois:

Budget Survey Commission 244

Chicago Changes Basis of Prop-
erty Valuation 268

Civic Group Urges Reforms for ... 53

Manual 244

New Assessed Valuation Fixed for

Chicago 369

Research Awards Made for 1943

and 1944 483

Coos Bay, Oregon:

Charter Fails 102

Marshfield Approves Manager

Charter 618

P. R. Victories in Three Cities ... 629
Coroner :

Office of Coroner Studied in Vir-
ginia 211

Corruption: (See also Political Parties
and Politics)

Achilles Heel (Editorial) 59

Danger Signs from Jersey City

(Editorial) 574

Election Frauds Go Unchecked ... 226
House Denies Senate Power over

$4,500 Jobs 357

Louisiana Clings to Reform 164

Machine Beats County Charter . . . 583
Montgomery County Charter De-
feated 634

One Man Grand Jury in Action . . 292
Senate Control of $4,500 Jobs
Again Sought 203



U. S. District Court Dismisses

Suit Against Hatch Act 481

Wanted: Better Politicians (Edi-
torial) 323

Council-Manager Government:

All About Kalamazoo 23

Baltimore Sees Prospect of Charter

Revision 93

City Managers' Conference Stresses

Postwar Needs 550

Congratulations, Mr. Manager ! . . 206

Coos Bay Charter Fails 102

Council - Manager Communities

Pass 600 Mark 249

Council-Manager Plan News . . 33, 92,

140, 198, 249, 305, 357,

413, 477, 549, 618

Dayton Counts Its Blessings 220

Developments in Cambridge under

"Plan E" 313

An Educated Electorate in Yon-

kers 22

Good Men and Good Machinery

(Editorial) 115

Grand Rapids Manager Govern-
ment Studied 148

Hamilton County, Tennessee,
Praised for Manager Govern-
ment 257

Kansas City Voters Score Again . 258
The League's Second Stretch .... 514
Marshfield to Vote on P. R. and

Manager 366

Phoenix Voters Preserve Good

Government Gains 204

Rockland Citizen Group Recom-
mends Manager Plan 625

20 Years Forward in Cincinnati . . 376
What of the Next Fifty Years? 539

Win or Lose (Editorial) 6

County Government General: (See
also City-County Consolidation,
City-County Cooperation, County
Consolidation, County Manager
Government, Local Government,
State-Local Relation, and Names of
Individual Counties)
Bureau of Census Estimates Coun-
ty Population Trends 107



INDEX



Census Bureau Issues 1942 County
Finance Study 491

Civilian Population Movement
Continues 257

County Affairs '. 245

County and Township (Depart-
ment) . . S3, 106, 157, 211, 256, 314,
367, 427, 490, 561, 633

County Employees Decrease But
Payrolls Rise 562

County Finance Subject of New
Study 314

County Government 553

County Government in Illinois
Studied 157

County Home Rule 556

County Improvements Suggested
for New Mexico 211

County Officials Hold National
Conference 490

County Planning Develops in Ten-
nessee 428

County Postwar Plans Aided by
Questionnaires 427

County Reorganization 207

Illinois Proposal Gives County Offi-
cials Successive Terms 492

Merit Systems Advanced in 1943 91

Michigan County Government
Manual Published 636

Missouri Constitutional Convention
Considers County Home Rule . . 158

Nebraska Taxpayers Group Studies
Its County Government 146

New Jersey Counties Reduce Debt 428

New Jersey Taxpayers Request
Expenditure Reduction 563

1943 County Government Improve-
ments Summarized 315

A North Carolina Experiment ... 75

Pennsylvania Counties Consider
Postwar Planning 367

Supreme Court Interprets Statute
in 'Kickback' Decision 53

Virginia Legislature Considers Po-
lice for Additional Counties ... 212

War Affects Pennsylvania Coun-
ty Expenditures 428

Your County Government 1844 or



1944 Model? 484

County Consolidation :

Civic Groups Plan "A Greater
San Francisco" 484

Constitution Convention Approves
County Changes 367

Two South Dakota Counties Con-
solidate 106

County Manager Government:

Budget Plan of Monroe County
Manager Charter Works Well . . 106

Irish Counties Now Have Mana-
ger Government 367

A Little County Shall Lead
Them (Editorial) 439

Machine Beats County Charter . . 583

Model County Faces Problems . . 179

Montgomery County Campaigns
for Manager Charter 428

Montgomery County Charter De-
feated 634

Oregon Voters Adopt County Man-
ager Amendment 633

Rural County Can Be Efficient . . 448

Warwick County Adopts Manager

Plan 561

Courts :

Judicial Election Reform Suggest-
ed for New York 90

New York Authorities Win Bond
Tax Cases 154

A Nonpartisan, Non-Axe-Grind-
ing Lobby 95

Supreme Court Interprets Statute
in 'Kickback' Decision 53

Urban Redevelopment Laws Up-
held, Invalidated 198

Urban Redevelopment Project Up-
held by New York Court 34

U. S. District Court Dismisses Suit
Against Hatch Act 481

Utility Rates Not Dependent on

"Value" 94

Crime :

Postwar State Control of Crime

and Delinquency 360

Crockett County, Tennessee:

County Postwar Plans Aided by
Questionnaires 427



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Crystal, Maine:

Abandons Manager Plan 305

Cuyahoga County, Ohio:

City- County Unification Again
Proposed for Cleveland 316

D

Dallas, Texas:

Prepares for the Future 66

Dayton, Ohio:

Counts Its Blessings 220

Debt: (See Finance Bonds and Debt)
Decatur Township, Indiana:
Township Consolidation Stressed

in Indiana 106

Democracy: (See Citizen Action and
Organization)

Des Moines, Iowa:

Bureau of Municipal Research

25, 246, 296, 351, 416

Hit or Miss 416

Des Moines County, Iowa:

Iowa City-County Health Unit

Opens Center 107

Detroit, Michigan:
Air Raid Wardens Attack Juvenile

Delinquency 142

Bureau of Governmental Research

190, 244, 296, 552, 624
Citizens League . . 98, 207, 311, 422, 556
Cost of Living Salary Plans

Analyzed 552

Levies Excess Profits Tax 210

Public Service School to Open in 203
Disaster Preparedness:

Auxiliary Protection Groups Aid

Fire and Police Departments . . 621
Civilian Defense Shifts Emphasis 143
Permanent Disaster Council Pro-
posed for California 359

Drummondville, Quebec :

Considering Manager Plan 199

Duluth, Minnesota :

Governmental Research Bureau 245

E

East Hartford, Connecticut:

Reports 417



East Lansing, Michigan:

Adopts Manager Plan 413

Prepares Manager Charter 34

Eastport, Maine:
Added to Manager List 141

Ecuador :

Ecuadorian Sees State Overshadow-
ing City 434

Editorial Comment . . 3, 58, 114, 162, 218,
275, 323, 374, 439, 502, 574

Education :

Citizens and the Schools 207

Citizens, Schools Cooperate on

Election Project 37

Citizens View the Schools 261

City Hall Looks to the Colleges 70
College Students Make Parking

Survey 362

Democracy in the Schools 626

Federal Funds Asked for Area

Schools 639

Is F-M in Your Postwar Plans? 240
More Secret Sessions (Editorial) . . 276
Producing Better Citizens (Editori-
al) 324

Public Administration Fellowships

in the South 256

A Real Superintendent for New

York's Schools 254

School Enrollment 310

School Finance 149

The Schools Surveyed 557

Secret Sessions (Editorial) 218

Too Many School Districts Says

Los Angeles County Bureau . 623

Wanted: New Type Politician . . 234

Whose Responsibility? (Editorial) 114

Eire:

Irish Counties Now Have Manager

Government 367

Irish Dail Elected Again by P. R. 312
P. R. Yields One-Party Control in
Ireland 365

Elections and Voting (See also Pri-
maries, Proportional Representa-
tion and Registration)
"Armchair Citizens" 487



INDEX



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Citizens, Schools Cooperate on

Election Project 37

Election Activity 628

Election Frauds Go Unchecked. . . 226

Elections 422

Election Tactics 41

"For THIS We Fight" .'. 147

The GI's Cast Their Ballots 588

Information on Candidates 263

Local Government Franchise in

England 497

Louisiana Clings to Reform 164

Massachusetts Acts on State, Fed-
eral Soldier Voting 254

New Zealand Changes Local Elec-
tion Law 432

Ohio League of Women Voters

Issues Election Primer 206

Primary Candidates and Issues ... 309
Rhode Island Rushes Soldier Vote

Amendment 409

Soldier Vote Plan 149

Voting 421

The Voting Booth No Place for

Meditation 629

Voting by Service Men and Wom-
en Stirs States' Rights Contro-
versy 87

Women Voters Conduct Vote Cam-
paign 420

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