Private group influence in public policy formulation: the Dallas motion picture classification ordinance of April 5, 1965

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This thesis is an account of the events surrounding the passage of the Dallas Motion Picture Classification Ordinance of April 5, 1965. A stalemate between two disputing private factions in the city leads to public policy in the form of a municipal ordinance. Litigation quickly follows, and in the final analysis, a judicial determination temporarily ends the controversy...This investigation reveals that the council did not formulate public policy of its own volition, but only acted as an extension of the private struggle which had lasted for approximately thirty-six months.

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Gregory, Donald D. August 1966.

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This thesis is an account of the events surrounding the passage of the Dallas Motion Picture Classification Ordinance of April 5, 1965. A stalemate between two disputing private factions in the city leads to public policy in the form of a municipal ordinance. Litigation quickly follows, and in the final analysis, a judicial determination temporarily ends the controversy...This investigation reveals that the council did not formulate public policy of its own volition, but only acted as an extension of the private struggle which had lasted for approximately thirty-six months.

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Gregory, Donald D. Private group influence in public policy formulation: the Dallas motion picture classification ordinance of April 5, 1965, thesis or dissertation, August 1966; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc935725/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .