Justice and Reform: The Formative Years of the American Legal Services Program

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Transaction Publishers, 1974 - Law - 416 pages
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Contents

The Roots
1
The Legal Aid Movement and the Goal of Equal Justice
3
The Neighborhood Lawyer Experiments and the Goals of Social Reform
21
The Establishment of the Program
37
Birth of the Federal Program
39
Development of Local Legal Services Organizations
71
The Management of the Program
103
The PolicyMaking Process in the Legal Services Program
105
An Assessment
185
The First Seven Years Testing the Potential of Legal Services to the Poor
187
Toward Justice and Reform
235
Comparative Statistical Data
285
Analysis of Clearinghouse Review
295
Notes
297
Bibliography
389
Index
403

Up the Bureaucracy Preserving Policy and Program Integrity within the OEO Administration
135
Implementing National Goals Affecting the Management of Local Organizations
163

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