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National planning for the redistribution of population and the establishment of new towns
|Statement||[by Artur Glikson].|
|Contributions||Israel. Miśrad ha-penim. Agaf le-tikhnun., International Federation for Housing and Planning., World Congress for Housing and Planning (27th : 1964 : Jerusalem)|
|LC Classifications||HT161 .G54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||78320882|
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National planning for the redistribution of population and the establishment of new towns in Israel. Jacob Dash; Israel. Miśrad ha-penim. Agaf le-tikhnun.; International Federation for Housing and Planning.
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9 Geographic Concentration, Migration, and Population Redistribution Among the Elderly Frank D. Bean, George C. Myers, Jacqueline L. Angel, and Omer R. Galle This chapter examines what is known about patterns of geographic distribution (and redistribution) of the elderly population, focusing mainly on the United : Linda G.
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