The History of the New York City Legislature

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1. Mayors' Vetoes of Aldermanic Budget Cuts20
2. Budget Cuts Made by Aldermen22
3. Party Representation in the Board of Aldermen, 1902-192127
4. Party Representation in the Board of Aldermen, 1922-193728
5. Proportion of Reinstatement and Reassessment Bills Introduced into Municipal Assembly, Aldermanic Branch47
6. Proportion of Reinstatement and Reassessment Laws among Local Laws Passed by Municipal Assembly, Aldermanic Branch47
7. Disproportionate Party Representation on the Board of Aldermen127
8. Votes per Member Elected to the Board of Aldermen129
9. Population Shifts in New York City133
10. Average Number of Persons Represented by One Alderman133
11. Borough Representation in the Last Board of Aldermen and First City Council190
12. Party Representation in the City Council after Five P. R. Elections194
13. Percentage of First-Choice Votes and Percentage of Members Elected, 1937 Election194
14. Percentage of Votes Gained by Successful Candidates on First Ballot and Percentage of Council Seats Gained, 1937 Election195
15. Voter Strength and Representation by Parties, 1937- 1945196

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