February 2003
Parks & Recreation;Feb2003, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p73
Presents historical information on the Urban Park and Recreation Recovery Program in the U.S. Significance of Eric Redman's 1973 book 'The Dance of Legislation'; Coalition partners which the National Recreation & Park Association worked with to get congressional authorization for an urban-recreation needs assessment.


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