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Still a Dream

The Changing Status of Blacks Since 1960

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ISBN 9780674424692

Publication Date: 01/01/1975

381 pages

21 figures, 115 tables

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  • Preface
  • Tables
  • Figures
    • 1. The Black Population
  • Part 1. Social and Economic Change
    • 2. The Common Denominator: Income
    • 3. Employment and Earnings
    • 4. Education: Quantity and Quality
    • 5. The Black Family
    • 6. Health and Its Impacts
    • 7. Little More Than Shelter
    • 8. Black Power
    • 9. Race and Social Class
  • Part 2. Blacks and the Government
    • 10. Supplementing Income
    • 11. Providing Goods and Services
    • 12. Developing Human Resources
    • 13. Changing the Rules of the Game
    • 14. Building Institutions
    • 15. Considering Black Interests in Federal Policymaking
  • Part 3. Policy and Change
    • 16. Can the Dream Be Realized?
  • Notes
  • Index

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