Introduction : regionalism and the third sector -- States create transportation authorities to cross local boundaries -- Third sector organizations are re-shaping central cities -- Ousiders reshape the educational landscape -- Neighborhood nonprofits tap outside resources for development -- Who governs the third sector? -- Conclusion : harnessing the third sector to benefit the city
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