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Budgeting for public assistance partial record of institute. Institute director: Robert Cornett. Coordinator for association; George A. Bell. by NASBO Institute on Welfare, University of Kentucky, 1969

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Published by National Association of State Budget Officers in Lexington [KY.] .
Written in English


  • Public welfare -- United States -- Finance -- Congresses,
  • Public welfare -- United States -- Congresses

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ContributionsCornett, Robert, University of Kentucky. Office of Development Services and Business Research., National Association of State Budget Officers
LC ClassificationsHV88 N23 1969
The Physical Object
Number of Pages103
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17548128M

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