Cultures of the States: How Effective Are State Governments? is a study of the effectiveness of states in the United States in dealing with governance problems. It includes a summary ranking of all states and problems profile for each state on 15 governance factors, plus a database of more than 700 tables of statistical information in which every state is ranked on each of the 700 variables, along with a historical interpretation.A Handbook on the Effectiveness of State Governments Jack Rimmel Frymier, Arliss L. Roaden ... in the Confederacy.19 On the morning of April 18 Lee rode up to the Blair sona#39;s house on Pennsylvania Avenue. ... Of all things, the most important is that the men during the marches and in camp keep their places, and do not scatter about as stragglers or foragers, to be picked up by hostile people in detail.
|Title||:||Cultures of the States|
|Author||:||Jack Rimmel Frymier, Arliss L. Roaden|