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Donald F. Kettl uses the experiences of four Connecticut cities participating in the Community Development Block Grant program to explore the implications of increased local discretion in the use of federal grants. He finds that these cities attacked small-scale neighborhood-based problems but proved unable to deal with problems of broader scope.

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