Title

Socio-Economic Variables Associated with Political Change in Philadelphia: 1950-1965

Date of Award

1967

Degree Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Department

Political Science

Advisor(s)

Wayne L. Francis

Keywords

Political science, Philadelphia, socio-economic, city government

Subject Categories

American Politics

Abstract

The single dominant purpose of this study is to describe systematically some of the critical elements which comprise the political system of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The fifteen-year period of 1950-1965 is used to compare and contrast socio-economic characteristics in the city during this time.

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