Socio-Economic Variables Associated with Political Change in Philadelphia: 1950-1965
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Wayne L. Francis
Political science, Philadelphia, socio-economic, city government
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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Lewis, Eugene, "Socio-Economic Variables Associated with Political Change in Philadelphia: 1950-1965" (1967). Political Science - Dissertations. Paper 89.