February 9, 2005
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
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This paper discusses various styles of city hall leadership, studying participating mayors in order to identify issues and processes. The goal of the paper was to provide useful information for public officials interested in exploring and developing similar relationships. In particular, the paper explores the types and purposes of mayoral/faith-based collaborations, and discusses some of the strategies used by mayors as well as some of the pitfalls they sometimes face.

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