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Black power/white control; the struggle of the Woodlawn Organization in Chicago, by John Hall Fish.


Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press [1973] .
ISBN 069109358X

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Subjects Black power -- Chicago.
Black power -- Illinois -- Chicago.
Black power.
Chicago (Ill.)
Chicago (Ill.) -- ((The)) Woodlawn Organization.
Illinois -- Chicago.
Woodlawn Organization.
Series Studies in religion and society series.
Description xii, 356 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 332-348).
Contents I. The struggle is conflict : the origin of TWO -- II. The uses of conflict : TWO as a spokesman organization -- III. The limits of conflict : TWO, the Blackstone Rangers, and Mayor Daley -- IV. The attempt to control : TWO and the public schools -- V. The limits of control : TWO and model cities -- VI. The struggle is survival : TWO hangs on.
Geographic Area Illinois
Network Numbers (OCoLC)698431
(OCoLC)ocm00698431
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WorldCat Identities Fish, John Hall, 1932-
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