Strategies for Change: How to Make the American Political Dream Work

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Index
Activists, 13-14, 95-97
Administrative strategy, 11, 59-63, 84, 85-109; books on, 241-45; effective strategies, 88-90, 106-09, 220; ineffective strategies, 78-84, see also Lobbying; inside action, 90-100, 102, 106-07; managers and subordinates, 63-66, 77, 98-100, 104, 114, 215-16, 242-43; outside action, 100-105. See also Bureaucracy
Agriculture, U.S. Dept. of, 125
Alinsky, Saul, 10, 87, 115, 127-29, 131, 133-35, 139, 141, 151-52, 164, 168, 174, 176, 245-46
Americans for Democratic Action, 26, 124, 179
Anti-pollution campaign. See Campaign Against Pollution
Antonetty, Eveline, 218
Arendt, Hannah, 86
Authority, nature of, 99, 221-22
Ayers, Thomas, 143
Back of the Yards Council, 139, 157
Banfield, Edward, 117
Barber, Courtenay, 182
"Barons" and "couriers," 99, 222
Beam, George, 12
Becker, Paul, 81
Bernard, Chester I, 199
Bernhard, Edgar, 182
Birmingham, Ala., civil rights campaign, 248
Blacks: in Chicago schools, 69-70, 71; voter registration, 7-8. See also Civil rights movement
Boycott, 129-32, 138
BPI. See Businessmen for the Public Interest
Bureaucracy, 60, 63-69, 88, 107-08, 133; Chicago school system, 69-78; immunity to protest, 67-68; managers and subordinates, 63-66, 77, 90-100, 104; propositions for change, 101-04; recruitment of personnel, 67, 91, 216; Washington, D.C., 61-63, 248-49. See also Administrative strategy
Burley School PTA ( Chicago), 79
Burnham, Walter Dean, 30
Business elite, 60, 114-16; Chicago, 116-19, chart, 117; pressure strategy, 119, 137. See also Administrative strategy; Bureaucracy
Business and Professional People for the Public Interest, 141
Businessmen for the Public Interest (BPI), 141, 143, 145, 147, 149
CACC. See Clean-Air Coordinating Committee
Calumet Community Congress (CCC), 87-88
Cambodian invasion protest, 123
Campaign Against Pollution (CAP), 140-58
Campaigning: books on, 233-40; costs, 20-21; independents, 32, 37-48; political party expertise, 19-20; presidential, 20-21; use of the media, 20, 38, 40-41, 237-38
Canvassing, 47

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