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Delivery of leisure services: federal government


Leisure and life satisfaction: foundational perspectives: 211-240
Delivery of leisure services: federal government
This chapter reviews the involvement of the federal governments of the USA and Canada in the provision of park, recreation, and cultural services. The number and types of areas, facilities and services are diverse and do not lend themselves to a clean classification system.


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