The Struggle For Community
Avalon Publishing, 7. 7. 1991 - Počet stran: 195
Drawing on a case study of multi-ethnic working-class tenants in Los Angeles, this book describes the group's successful fight against displacement. It also examines how community leaders establish their hegemony, and addresses questions of concern to organizers and scholars of community action.
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