National Civic Review

Cover image for Vol. 106 Issue 2

Edited By: Michael McGrath

Online ISSN: 1542-7811

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The National Civic Review is a quarterly journal of the National Civic League, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that promotes civic engagement, community building, political reform and democratic governance. The mission of the journal is to inform, inspire and stimulate discussion on ways of strengthening democratic institutions and making them more inclusive, accountable and responsive to citizens. Although the focus of the journal is primarily local and regional, it does publish selective articles on civic renewal/reform efforts at the state and federal levels.


Readership consists of civic actors and thinkers, community leaders, local government officials and staff, political reform advocates, leaders within the nonprofit and foundation world, students and educators in public administration, political science, and urban planning.


2017, Vol 106, 4 Issues


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