Public-Private Partnerships: Improving Urban Life

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Index
Action Forum, 106
Adopt-A-School program, 10, 26, 32, 62, 65, 68, 124
Advisory Council on Private Sector Initia- tives, 26
Advocacy, public policy, 74-86, 128, 134
Allegheny Conference for Community De- velopment, 1, 7, 35, 63
Allen, Ivan, Jr., 105-7
American Can Company, 65
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), 40, 145-46
Armour, Philip, 142
Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, 104, 106
Atlanta Economic Development Corpora- tion, 103
Atlanta, Georgia, 100-110; Midtown, 103; Midtown Business Association, 107; Peachtree Center, 139; Underground District, 102-3
Atlanta Regional Commission, 104
Baker, Howard, 16
Baker, James, 15-16
Baltimore, Maryland: Charles Center/Inner Harbor, 9, 11, 139; Harborplace, 10-11, 51, 102. See also Greater Balti- more Committee
Bankers Trust Company, 88
Bank of Boston, 63
Basic Industry Research Laboratory, 54, 58
Bennett, William, 152
Bernardin, Joseph Cardinal, 147
Block grants, 28
Booz, Allen & Hamilton, 124
Boston Compact, 46, 63, 153
Boston Housing Partnership, 46, 113
Boston, Massachusetts, 47-48, 51-52; Faneuil Hall, 51, 102; Quincy Market, 9, 10
Boyer, Ernest, 65
Brademas, John, 133
Bradley, Richard, 44
Bronx, New York, 117, 119
Brooklyn, New York, 87-99, 117, 119, 124; Atlantic Center, 87; ATURA (Atlantic Terminal Urban Renewal Area), 90-91
Brooklyn Union Gas Company, 90
Brown v. Board of Education,104
Budget cuts. See Federal aid, cutbacks in
Building Trade's Carpenters Union, 119
Burnham, Daniel, 1, 144
Burnham plan. See Chicago Plan
Business Roundtable, 16, 153
Byrne, Jane, 141, 143
California, 27, 33, 52, 153. See also Propo- sition 13
California Business Roundtable, 64
Calthorpe, Peter, 93
CANDO (Chicago Association of Neigh- borhood Development Organizations), 145
Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy,37
Carey, Hugh, 129
Carnegie Foundation, 39
Carter, Jimmy, 28, 113; administration of, 4-13, 27
Catherine's Stout Shoppe, 67

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