Cold Anger: A Story of Faith and Power Politics (Google eBook)

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University of North Texas Press, Jan 1, 1990 - History - 222 pages
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In the same lines of Mike Gecan's Going Public, Cold Anger tells the stories of another community organizer, Ernie Cortez, in south Texas. Not as great on the theoretical aspects of organizing, this ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
1
Part One
11
The Worlds Greatest Organizers
13
We Are Willing to Sacrifice
19
We Need Power to Protect What We Value
23
You Feel Like Your Work Is a Ministry
33
The University of COPS
41
Anger Gives You Energy
47
Part Three
103
Leave Them Alone Theyre Mexicans
105
A Theology That Does Not Stop
127
We Are Not an Illusion of the Moment
143
Part Four
155
Is COPS Coming to Your Neighborhood?
157
We Are the Only Alternative
171
There Is No Substitute for the Fire
183

The First Revolution Is Internal
55
Part Two
65
The Black Hand Over San Antonio
67
Tactics Is the Art of Taking
79
When People Act on the Gospel Values
93
Epilogue
193
Chapter Notes
201
Index
213
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About the author (1990)

Rogers received her B. A. and M.A.T. degrees from Vanderbilt University. She has been coordinator of a foreign language education program in which she taught pedagogy and supervised teachers in training. She currently teaches at Friends University.

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