|TV A and Democratic Planning||3|
|PART ONE: OFFICIAL DOCTRINE -- PARAPHRASE
|I. The Idea of a "Grass Roots" Administration||19|
|The need for decentralization of administration||22|
|The partnership of TV A and the people's institutions||37|
|Decentralization and regional unity||41|
|II. The Functions and Dilemmas of Official Doctrine||47|
|Implications for U. S.-TV A relations||74|
|PART TWO: THE INFORMAL CöOPTATION OF GRASS-ROOTS
ELEMENTS -- AN ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUENCY
AND ITS CONSEQUENCES|
|III. TV A and the Farm Leadership: The Construction
of an Administrative Constituency||85|
|TV A's agricultural responsibilities||85|
|Approaching the grass roots||91|
|The memorandum of understanding||95|
|The decision for phosphates||98|
|IV. TV A and the Farm Leadership (Continued)||117|
|Character of the extension service||117|
|Pattern of coöperation||124|
|Integration of TV A and extension-service programs||129|
|Relations to the Farm Bureau||141|
|An administrative constituency||145|
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Book title: TVA and the Grass Roots:A Study in the Sociology of Formal Organization.
Contributors: Philip Selznick - Author.
Publisher: University of California Press.
Place of publication: Berkley, CA.
Publication year: 1949.
Page number: vii.
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