Discretionary decision-making, equity and social assistance by Harry Beatty

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Published by Social Assistance Review Committee in Toronto, Ont .

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  • Public welfare -- Ontario.,
  • Public welfare administration -- Ontario.

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Statementa report prepared by Harry Beatty for the Social Assistance Review Committee.
SeriesReport document (Ontario. Social Assistance Review Committee) -- RD35
ContributionsOntario. Social Assistance Review Committee.
The Physical Object
Pagination[5], 95, [26] leaves
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20410282M

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