Specified social determinants of attitudes toward community planning and zoning

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Institute for Research on Land and Water Resources , University Park, Pa
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Statementby H. Kirk Dansereau, Richard A. Rehberg and John R. Maiolo.
SeriesPennsylvania State University. Institute for Research on Land and Water Resources. Research publication -- no. 8, Research publication (Pennsylvania State University. Institute for Research on Land and Water Resources) -- no. 8.
ContributionsRehberg, Richard A., Maiolo, John R., 1938-
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