The flow of federal funds, 1981-1988
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The flow of federal funds, 1981-1988 a $359 billion imbalance by Keith Laughlin

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Published by Northeast Midwest Institute, Center for Regional Policy in Washington, D.C .
Written in English



  • New England.,
  • Middle Atlantic States.,
  • Middle West.


  • Intergovernmental fiscal relations -- New England.,
  • Intergovernmental fiscal relations -- Middle Atlantic States.,
  • Intergovernmental fiscal relations -- Middle West.,
  • Intergovernmental tax relations -- New England.,
  • Intergovernmental tax relations -- Middle Atlantic States.,
  • Intergovernmental tax relations -- Middle West.

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Edition Notes

StatementKeith Laughlin.
LC ClassificationsHJ276 .L38 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 350 p. :
Number of Pages350
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1855093M
ISBN 101882061306
LC Control Number90006903

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