The people shall rule

ACORN, community organizing, and the struggle for economic justice

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300

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Nashville, Tenn

Table of Contents

Community organizing, ACORN and progressive politics in America / Peter Dreier
Understanding ACORN : sweat and social change / Wade Rathke
Education as a field for community organizing : a comparative perspective / Elaine Simon and Eva Gold
From redlining to reinvestment : economic justice advocacy, ACORN, and the emergence of a community reinvestment infrastructure / Gregory Squires and Jan Chadwick
Community organizing theory and practice : conservative trends, oppositional alternatives / James DeFilippis, Robert Fisher and Eric Shragge
ACORN and the living wage movement / Stephanie Luce
The battle of Brooklyn : ACORN's modus operandi / John Atlas
Community resistance to school privatization : the case of New York City / Janelle Scott and Norm Fruchter
'Don't be a blockhead' : ACORN, protest tactics, and refund anticipation loans / Robert Fisher, Fred Brooks and Daniel Russell
ACORN experiments in minority voter mobilization / Donald Green and Melissa R. Michelson
Does ACORN's work contribute to movement building? / Gary Delgado
What direction community organizing? / Robert Fisher.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Dewey Decimal Class
361.80973
Library of Congress
HN65 .P395 2009, HN65.P395 2009

The Physical Object

Pagination
p. cm.
Number of pages
300

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL22541720M
Internet Archive
peopleshallrulea00fish
ISBN 13
9780826516565, 9780826516572
LCCN
2008039357
OCLC/WorldCat
254526547
Library Thing
9143725
Goodreads
7206553

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