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The role of think tanks, NGOs, and advocacy groups in influencing public policy / by Dr. Joshua Muravchik
Bib ID 4763835
Format BookBook
Author
Muravchik, Joshua
 
Description Phnom Penh : Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, 1996 
13 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

CICP lecture series report ; no. 7.

Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Political planning.  |  Policy sciences.
Other authors/contributors Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace

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