The Politics of the Powerless, Robert H. Binstock and Katherine Ely
Citizens Participation: Effecting Community Changes, Edgar S. Cahn and Barry A. Passett
Public Housing: The Politics of Poverty, Leonard Freedman
Neighborhood Control of Public Programs: Case Studies of Community Corporations and Neighborhood Boards, Howard W. Hallman
Government Against Poverty, Joseph A. Kershaw and Paul N. Courant
Let Them Eat Promises: The Politics of Hunger in America, Nick Kotz
Toward a National Urban Policy, Daniel P. Moynihan
Regulating the Poor: The Functions of Public Welfare, Frances Fox Piven and Richard A. Cloward
Designing Program Action--Against Urban Poverty, George A. Shipman
On Relief: The Economics of Poverty and Public Welfare, Bruno Stein
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