|Chapter 1. The Urban Setting: Baltimore between the Wars||1|
|Chapter 2. Private Relief and Public Assistance:
The Origins of Municipal Welfare||21|
|Chapter 3. Policies and Programs: The New Deal
in the City||57|
|Chapter 4. Community Organization and Citizen
Participation: Public Housing and the New Deal||93|
|Chapter 5. Organizing the Unemployed:
The Jobless and the New Deal||113|
|Chapter 6. The Struggle to Unionize: Labor Organization
and the New Deal||141|
|Chapter 7. Democratic Division: The Politics of Roosevelt
and the Party of Tradition||178|
|Chapter 8. Baltimore, the Great Depression,
and the New Deal||205|
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Book title: Toward a New Deal in Baltimore:People and Government in the Great Depression.
Contributors: Jo Ann E. Argersinger - Author.
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press.
Place of publication: Chapel Hill, NC.
Publication year: 1988.
Page number: vii.
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