The new urban politics: cities and the Federal Government
Includes five essays by the compiler. Includes bibliographical references. Machine politics: old and new, T.J. Lowi.--The majors versus the cities, by J.Q. Wilson.--The expanded partnership, R.E. Martin.--The problem of coordination in a changing federalism, by J.L. Sundquist.--Federal, State, local relationships, by E.O. Fritschler, B.D. Harman, and M. Segal.--State versus Federal power, by G.Y. Steiner.--The art of grantsmanship, by J.A. Doorley.--Behind the scenes and under the rug: one man's presidential commission, by H.E. Shuman.--The Moynihan report: opposition in the permanent government, by L. Rainwater and W. Yancey.--The technician and public policy-making: two inside views, by J.C. Donovan.--Black interests; Black groups, and Black influences in the Federal policy process: the cases of housing and education, by H.L. Wolman and N.C. Thomas.--Reformers, machines, and the war on poverty, by J.D. Greenstone and P.E. Peterson.--Community action loses, by D.P. Moynihan.--The local scene, by L. Freedman.--Model cities as a coordinating structure, by J.L. Sundquist.--Citizen participation in social policy: the end of the cycle by J. van Til and S.B. van Til.--How the Federal Government caused the welfare crisis, by F.F. Piven and R.A. Cloward.--The war on cities, by J.Q. Wilson.--Recommendations for national action, by the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders.--Federal urban policy: what to do, by T.J. Lowi. What can be done? By E.C. Banfield.
- LCC: JS344
- Dewey Decimal: 350/.093/0973
- Language: eng
- Physical Description: ix, 303 p. 23 cm.
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