A Neighborhood Divided: Community Resistance to an AIDS Care Facility

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Acknowledgments

This book has been a long time in the making. Over the years, many people have shown an incredible ability to sustain their belief in my bringing this research to its final conclusion. To these individuals I owe a world of gratitude. First and foremost, I am forever indebted to Harold Bershady for his incomparable wisdom and insight and his unwavering commitment to me and this project. I am also grateful for the invaluable contributions to this study of Elijah Anderson, Charles Bosk, and Michelle Fine. Thanks also go to Nancy Reis, Candice Kirschner, John Noakes, John Encandela, Karen Walker, Andrew London, Lisa Ratmansky, Sarah Harpster, Jane Carr, and Josephine Gullo. Their helpful feedback and tireless encouragement will never be forgotten. The editors at Cornell University Press, particularly Peter Agree, Nancy Winemiller, and Margo Quinto worked in earnest to make the telling of this story lucid, consistent, and accurate. For this, and their affirming and guiding spirit I am eternally thankful. For their intellectual and financial support, Frank Furstenburg, Carole Joffe, and Jane Menkin also deserve heartfelt thanks. To Ricki Goodstein, Kathleen Davis, and all the members of my family, thank you for keeping me alive and well during the years I researched and wrote this book. Finally, I am grateful to the neighbors of West Highland for opening their homes and hearts to me. I hope my gratitude for all they have taught me is apparent in the following pages.

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