2 edition of Municipal reform in Cincinnati in the ninteen twenties found in the catalog.
Municipal reform in Cincinnati in the ninteen twenties
Bibliography: leaves 149-159
|Statement||A thesis ... for the degree of Master of Arts, Department of History|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 l., typed.|
|Number of Pages||159|
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Red alerts had been going off. One of their conclusions: Cincinnati's mayor has more control over City Council than what was spelled out in the charter reform. The task force's subcommittee on the balance of power in Author: Rebecca Butts.
History. Until the charter ofthe President of the council served as equivalent of mayor. Two sources agree on the list of Presidents: Prior to (and since ) the mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio was elected in a separate, partisan election. Inthe Charter Party, a local third-party, was has elected members of the city council and ral holder: David Ziegler.
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Women's organizations fought to end the selling of alcohol. (believed this would protect families, women and children from.The effects of the October stock market crash were finally beginning to show in the pages of the New Yorker in the last month of the s.
Dec. 7, cover by Julien De Miskey. E. B. White was doing his best to keep things light, stating in his “Notes and Comment” column that despite the “time of panic,” the ad-packed Dec. 7 issue contained a whopping pages.IN THIS ISSUE: Welcome to the "Roaring Twenties" in Butte County BY JUDITH WILLIAMS See Page 28 FEBRUARY