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this volume of Proceedings. The sundry papers upon which it is based, prepared by a distinguished group of publicists and educators, will form the basis of one of the volumes of the contemplated National Municipal League Series to be issued by a leading publishing house.
A formal organization of the men devoting their lives to civic work was effected through a “Civic Secretaries Committee." This represents an interesting and suggestive development, pregnant with great possibilities of future usefulness.
In the opinion of those in attendance, the Buffalo meeting represented the beginning of a new era of still more important constructive work for the League. As has been the case for years past, the note of pessimism and hopelessness was lacking. The papers, addresses and informal speeches all were surcharged with earnestness, breadth, grasp of fundamentals and hopefulness because of confidence in the growing interest of the American citizen in municipal questions, and his rapidly-developing devotion to the new municipal idea.
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PAPERS READ BEFORE THE SIXTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NATIONAL
EIGHTEENTH NATIONAL CONFERENCE
FOR GOOD CITY GOVERNMENT,
BUFFALO, NEW YORK,