Race and authority in urban politics : community participation and the war on poverty /

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Author / Creator: Greenstone, J. David.
Other Authors / Creators:Peterson, Paul E.
Format: Book
Imprint: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1976.
Series:Phoenix books (Chicago, Ill.) ; P696.
Publications of Russell Sage Foundation.
Table of Contents:
  • Preface to the Phoenix Edition
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: Participation in the War on Poverty
  • Part I. A Comparative Approach to the Politics of Community Action
  • 1. Community Action Politics in Five Cities: The Limits of Case-Study Analysis
  • 2. Role Interests and Comparative Analysis
  • Part II. Interests, Ideologues, and Participation
  • 3. Class and Racial Interests in the Politics of Community Participation
  • 4. Regime Interests and Ideologies: Participation and the Structure of Authority
  • 5. Ideologies versus Electoral and Organizational Interests
  • Part III. Implementing Participation in Community Action Programs
  • 6. Representation of the Poor in Community Action
  • 7. Bureaucratic Influence on Participation in Community Action
  • Part IV. Political Structures, Policy-Making Processes, and Public Policy
  • 8. Political Structures: Citizen Preferences, Political Organization, and Public Policy
  • 9. Policy-Making Processes: Conflict, Consensus, and Regime Transformation
  • 10. A Policy Analysis: Race, Politics, and Community Control
  • Appendix A. Stability, Conflict, and Regime Interests
  • Appendix B. Methodological Note on the Index of Localism
  • Notes
  • Index