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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard A Keiser
|Description:||viii, 244 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||1. Electoral competition and the emergence of political leadership --
2. Black political subordination in Chicago --
3. Political monopoly and the maintenance of Black subordination in Gary --
4. Not quite brotherly love : electoral competition and the institutionalization of biracial political cooperation in Philadelphia --
5. Political competition and Black empowerment in Atlanta, 1946-1992 --
6. Subordination or empowerment?
|Responsibility:||Richard A. Keiser.|
"This study is marked by careful attention to detail, a sense of historical perspective, and the consistent application of concepts involving power and leadership....This solid scholarly study is