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Evolution of the Budget Idea in the United States

Frederick A. Cleveland
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Vol. 62, Public Budgets (Nov., 1915), pp. 15-35
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Page Count: 21
Subjects: Sociology Political Science Economics
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Eugene E. Agger's The Budget in the American Com- monwealth, 1907
    • S. Gale Lowrie's The Budget, 1912
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    The Cost of our National Government, by Henry Jones Ford, 1910.
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    report on the preliminary inquiry under authority of the civil act of June 25, 1910, prior to the organization of the President's Commission on Eco- nomy and Efficiency, covering the period September 27, 1910 to March 8, 1911-circular No. 29 of the commission
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    report of the Economy and Efficiency Committee of Illinois, p. 22
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    laws 1913, ch. 281