|Chapter 1. Origins: Poverty and Social Science in The Era of Progressive Reform||25|
|Chapter 2. Poverty Knowledge as Cultural Critique: The Great Depression||55|
|Chapter 3. From the Deep South to the Dark Ghetto: Poverty Knowledge, Racial Liberalism, and Cultural “Pathology”||74|
|Chapter 4. Giving Birth to a “Culture of Poverty”: Poverty Knowledge in Postwar Behavioral Science, Culture, and Ideology||99|
|Chapter 5. Community Action||124|
|Chapter 6. In the Midst of Plenty: The Political Economy of Poverty in the Affluent Society||139|
|Chapter 7. Fighting Poverty with Knowledge: The Office of Economic Opportunity and the Analytic Revolution in Government||166|
|Chapter 8. Poverty’s Culture Wars||196|
|Chapter 9. The Poverty Research Industry||213|
|Chapter 10. Dependency, the “Underclass,” and a New Welfare “Consensus”: Poverty Knowledge for a Post-Liberal, Postindustrial Era||242|
|Chapter11. The End of Welfare and the Case for a New Poverty Knowledge||284|
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Publication information: Book title: Poverty Knowledge: Social Science, Social Policy, and the Poor in Twentieth-Century U.S. History. Contributors: Alice O'connor - Author. Publisher: Princeton University Press. Place of publication: Princeton, NJ. Publication year: 2001. Page number: vii.
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