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Cities in trouble

Cities in trouble

 

Title:
Cities in trouble
Name:
Glazer, Nathan
Published:
Chicago : Quadrangle Books, [1970]
Physical Description:
276 p. 21 cm.
Subjects:
Cities and towns > United States.
Contents:
The nature of the crisis: Slum dwellings do not make a slum, by N. Glazer. The job gap, by H. P. Miller. The white exodus to suburbia steps up, by H. J. Gans. Why we are having a wave of violence, by J. Q. Wilson. Why New York is "strike city", by A. H. Raskin. That "hellish and dismal cloud", by G. H. T. Kimble.--How bad is it? A normal week for crime, by R. Rice. El Barrio's worst block is not all bad, by D. and S. Burnham. In one month, 50,000 persons were added to the City's welfare rolls, by J. Horwitz.--The Negro and the immigrant: The Negro today is like the immigrant yesterday, by I. Kristol. Success story, Japanese-American style, W. Petersen.--Solutions: The grand design of the poverty program, by N. Glazer. The case for a family allowance, by D. P. Moynihan. A way out of the exploding ghetto, by B. Rustin. Private schools for Black children, by C. Jencks. What will the Hudson be? By P. Goodman.--New York in 1969: Why are we in New York? By N. Mailer. Lindsay tries to stay in there, by R. Reeves.
Format:
books
Notes:
A New York times book.
Articles appeared originally in the New York times magazine
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