State Government in Transition

A case study of the Leader administration in Pennsylvania, 1955-1959, with particular reference to the administrative rather than the political changes that took place during that period, this book is a valuable addition to the literature on state government.

State Government in Transition
Reforms of the Leader Administration, 1955-1959

Reed M. Smith

1961 | 320 pages | Cloth $79.95
Political Science | American History
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Table of Contents

I. The Nature of the Governorship of Pennsylvania
II. Reorganization of the Governor's Office
III. Other Governmental Changes under Leader
IV. Program Evaluation-Leader's Most Novel Administrative Reform
V. Major Activities of the Bureau of Program Evaluation
VI. Conclusions

A. Pennsylvania Governor's Since the Constitution of 1874
B. Bibliography: Organization of the Governor's Office, 1960