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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Annelise Orleck; Lisa Gayle Hazirjian
|ISBN:||9780820331010 0820331015 9780820339498 0820339490|
|Description:||ix, 503 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction : The war on poverty from the grass roots up / Annelise Orleck --
"This government is with us" : Lyndon Johnson and the grassroots war on poverty / Guian A. McKee --
"To challenge the status quo by any means" : community action and representational politics in 1960s Baltimore / Rhonda Y. Williams --
Ideological diversity and the implementation of the war on poverty in Houston / Wesley G. Phelps --
Defining the space of participation in a northern city : Tejanos and the war on poverty in Milwaukee / Marc S. Rodriguez --
Saving babies in Memphis : the politics of race, health, and hunger during the war on poverty / Laurie B. Green --
"Someday ... the colored and white will stand together" : the war on poverty, Black power politics, and Southern women's interracial alliances / Christina Greene --
"Parent power" : Evelina López Antonetty, the United Bronx parents, and the war on poverty / Adina Back --
Gender, civil rights activism, and the war on poverty in Los Angeles / Robert Bauman --
Poverty wars in the Louisiana delta : white resistance, black power, and the poorest place in America / Kent B. Germany --
Plantation politics : the Tufts-Delta Health Center and intraracial class conflict in Mississippi, 1965-1972 / Greta de Jong --
Fighting for the child development group of Mississippi : poor people, local politics, and the complicated legacy of Head Start / Amy Jordan --
Going back to Selma : organizing for change in Dallas county after the march to Montgomery / Susan Youngblood Ashmore --
The war on poverty and the Chicano movement in Texas : confronting "Tio Tomás" and the "Gringo pseudoliberals" / William Clayson --
Looking back to the city in the hills : the Council of the Southern Mountains and a longer view of the war on poverty in the Appalachian South, 1913-1970 / Thomas Kiffmeyer --
The war on poverty in Mississippi and Oklahoma : beyond Black and White / Daniel M. Cobb --
The house that "equality" built : the Asian American movement and the legacy of community action / Karen M. Tani --
Conclusion : the war on the war on poverty and American politics since the 1960s / Annelise Orleck.
|Responsibility:||edited by Annelise Orleck and Lisa Gayle Hazirjian.|
[A]s these essays collectively argue that the War on Poverty was more successful than historians--and certainly most Americans--have commonly recognized, ["The War on Poverty"] makes a valuable and
- Poverty -- Government policy -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
- Economic assistance, Domestic -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
- Poor -- Political activity -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
- Community development -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
- Public welfare -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
- Poverty -- history.
- Poverty -- legislation & jurisprudence.
- Social Change -- history.
- Social Welfare -- history.
- Cultural Deprivation.
- Community development.
- Economic assistance, Domestic.
- Poor -- Political activity.
- Poverty -- Government policy.
- Public welfare.
- United States.