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The Nation

October 02, 1987

Six Democratic and two Republican presidential candidates, polled on a range of issues affecting the nation's cities and towns, differed most sharply on proposed federal strategies to alleviate poverty and to assist bridge and road construction. In response to the survey conducted by the National League of Cities Institute, the candidates tended to agree in lauding public-private partnerships on projects. For the most part, the survey project's director said, "While there is a lot of interest in new initiatives, there was not much discussion of how to fund them."

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