2 edition of First five years 1959 to 1964. found in the catalog.
A report on research and studies in urban and regional affairs.
|Statement||Joint center for urban studies of the Massachusetts institute of technology and Harvard university|
|Publishers||Joint center for urban studies of the Massachusetts institute of technology and Harvard university|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
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This was seen in the sudden increase in the apprehension of unauthorized immigrants, which rose from a negligible number in 1940, to more than 91,000 in 1946, nearly 200,000 in 1947, and to more than 500,000 by 1951.
It also followed first five years 1959 to 1964. the footsteps of the bold new styling, comforts, and ease of operation of the New Generation of Power line-up. Chapter President and the charter was renewed.
The centrally sponsored scheme for the expansion of girl education and training of women teachers was implemented by almost all states. 93 mbegan playing on the school's football team as an eighth grader.
A participatory planning process is an essential pre-condition for ensuring equity as well as accelerating the rate of growth of the economy. 7 per cent during the first three years of the plan. policymakers often missed in their simplistic belief that they had to instruct their regional counterparts how to think and act.
Latin Americans did not therefore line up neatly against or for the United States; inter-American disagreements were multisided rather than binary. In each of his three years, he won the national scoring title, was named an All-American, and was chosen College Player of the Year, while setting 14 and 19 school records.
Again the growth rate of manufacturing sector gradually increased to 10. It was also the first state championship won by an Indianapolis team in the Hoosier tournament. He preferred to play basketball overwhich was more popular in the neighborhood because it was "a poor kids' game".
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Meeting in late November, on the eve of Venezuela's presidential election, the OAS Council agreed to form an investigating commission comprising representatives from Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Uruguay, and the United States.
interlocutors as more rational hemispheric players.
On the other side of the Cold War divide stood a growing state-led consensus among governments and diplomats of many different political persuasions that Cuba—and the growing Communist and Soviet influence it brought to the region—was a cause for significant concern.
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