Who Will Provide? The Changing Role of Religion in American Social Welfare

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Index
AARP. See American Association of Retired Persons
Accountability, 212
Adolescent Family Life Act, 164
African Americans, inclusion in civic organizations, 39, 41
see also Head Start programs; Ten Point Coalition
AGVU. See Anti-Gang Violence Unit
Alabama: welfare reform initiatives, 187
Allen, Brenda, 239
Allison, Dorothy, 247-248
American Association of Fund Raising Counsel, 55-56
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 29
American Farm Bureau Federation, 28, 36
American Legion, 29-30, 36
American Methodism, 37-38
Ammerman, Nancy, 281
Anti-Gang Violence Unit (AGVU), 270, 273
Antioch Ministries, Inc., 182
Antislavery movements, 44
Ashcroft, John, 162, 175(nn55,56), 176(n58), 188, 212
Assets, of FBOs, 59-60
Autonomy, sectoral, 198-199
Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs, 165
Bastard Out of Carolina (Allison), 247-248
Beer, Samuel, 108
Bell, Daniel, 113-116
Bennet, William, 269
Bernstein, Richard, 57-58
Bill of Rights, 37
Blacks. See African Americans
Blank, Rebecca, 52
Bloods and Crips Initiative, 273-274
Board of Education of Kiryas Joel Village School District v. Grumet, 158, 166
Boston Gun Project, 271
Boston Miracle. See Ten Point Coalition
Bowen v. Kendrick, 159, 164, 176(n63)
Bratton, Bill, 270
Brennan, William J., 157
A Bridging of Faiths ( Demerath and Williams), 280-281
Bronfenbrenner, Urie, 257
Brown, Jeffrey, 266, 272-273, 275
Brown, Willie, 204
Bureaucratization, of nonprofit organizations, 201-202
Bush, George W., 51, 181, 188-189, 195(n49), 211
California: welfare reform initiatives, 189
Call to Renewal, 181
Catholic Charities, 54, 55, 58, 109, 151
Charitable Choice and, 165, 191
distribution of services, 185
funding sources, 180
role in welfare reform, 287-289
San Francisco's domestic partnership law, 203-204
Catholic Church, 97-98
Catholic identity, 110-111
contemporary activism, 45
early relief organizations, 53
ethnic inclusion in civic groups, 41

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