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The Metropolitan Revolution

Matt Galloway spoke with Jennifer BradleyExternal Site about why local governments matter more than other levels of government, both in the services they provide, and their ability to create social or economic change. She's a fellow at Brookings Institute in Washington, one of the most established think-tanks in the U.S. She's also co-authored a book called "The Metropolitan Revolution". She's speaking today at noon at the Ramsay TalksExternal Site at the King Edward Hotel.
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