Politics, housing, and race relations: the defeat of Berkeley's fair housing ordinance
Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, 1965 - Political Science - 117 pages
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action Analysis April Arthur Harris ballot Beckley Berkeley Citizens United Berkeley Daily Gazette Berkeley Realty Board campaign candidates Caucasian Democrats census tracts Citizens for Fair City Attorney City Council City Manager City of Berkeley color Committee's Community Welfare Commission complaint conciliation Council members DeBonis defeat Democratic Party discrimination in housing Education endorsed fair housing legislation fair housing ordinance favor Hawkins Bill housing accommodation Ibid initiative ordinance Intergroup Relations Interview January 22 Kent League for Individual letter liberal majority March March 29 Mayor Minutes misdemeanor clause motion municipal election nance national origin Negro November 28 opponents opposed the ordinance ordi organizations origin or ancestry percent percentage persons political polls Poppic post-election precincts proposed ordinance provisions public hearing race racial real estate brokers recommendations referendum Report Republican Rumford Bill San Francisco San Francisco Chronicle Section Socio-Economic Stripp supported the ordinance survey data Table tion unanimously violation Wallace Johnson weak ordinance