New Governance for Rural America: Creating Intergovernmental Partnerships

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Throughout the 1990s public demand for a fundamental shift in the relationship between government and its citizens has intensified. In response, a "new governance" model has emerged, emphasizing decreased federal control in favor of intergovernmental collaboration and increased involvement of state, local, and private agencies. One of the best examples of new governance can be found in the National and State Rural Development Councils (NRDC and SRDC), created in 1990 as the result of President Bush's Rural Development ...

New Governance for Rural America: Creating Intergovernmental Partnerships 1996, University Press of Kansas

ISBN-13: 9780700607716

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New Governance for Rural America: Creating Intergovernmental Partnerships 1996, University Press of Kansas

ISBN-13: 9780700607709

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