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THE PUBLIC BUREAUCRACIES AND
Poverty Injustice and the Welfare State
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action administration advocacy advocacy planning advocate planners American areas benefits big cities black poor budget bureaucracies central cities civil-rights movement clients Cloward coalition concessions constituencies crisis decisions delinquency demands Democratic coalition desegregation disruptive economic efforts electoral eligible ethnic example families federal government fiscal force Frances Fox funds gains ghetto ghetto housing goals groups income increase influence institutions integration interests issues labor legislation low-income Lower East Side major mayors ment metropolitan middle-class million municipal national Democratic Negro neighborhood nomic numbers officials Ombudsman organizational organizations participation party percent Piven planning political leaders poverty problems professional proposed protest public employees public housing public-housing public-welfare racial recipients reform rent strikes require schools slum social social-welfare society strategy structure suburban suburbs tactics tenants tion unions urban political urban renewal vote voters wage welfare workers York City