William B. Munro

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William Bennett Munro (1875 – 1957) was a Canadian social scientist, author, and eugenicist.

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  • The Revolution 1904
  • Canada and British North America 1905
  • Some Merits and Defects of the French Colonial System 1907
  • The Galveston Plan of City Government 1907
  • The Initiative, Referendum and Recall 1912
  • A Bibliography of Municipal Government in the United States 1915
  • The seigneurs of old Canada : a chronicle of New world feudalism 1915
  • Public Ownership of Public Utilities 1919, with Samuel Orace Dunn, John Martin, and Delos Franklin Wilcox
  • Crusaders of New France: A Chronicle of the Fleur-de-lis in the Wilderness 1921
  • A selected bibliography on municipal government in Great Britain 1926
  • The Money Power in Politics 1927
  • The Resurgence of Autocracy 1927
  • The Invisible Government, and Personality in Politics 1928
  • American Government To-day 1930
  • The Government of Europe: Supplement 1931
  • The Significance of Our State and Local Elections 1932
  • The Government of European Cities 1932
  • Municipal Administration 1934
  • The New Philippine Commonwealth 1935

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