The Moynihan report and the politics of controversy; a Trans-action social science and public policy report [by] Lee Rainwater [and] William L. Yancey. Including the full text of The Negro family: the case for national action by Daniel Patrick Moynihan.

; Yancey, William L., author
Cambridge, Mass., M.I.T. Press [1967] .

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Other Authors Yancey, William L.,
Subjects African American families.
Binnenlandse politiek.
États-Unis - Dept. of Labor - Office of Policy Planning and Research - Negro family, the case for national action.
États-Unis. Department of Labor. Office of Policy Planning and Research. Negro family, the case for national action.
Familles noires américaines.
Sociale politiek.
United States. Department of Labor. Office of Policy Planning and Research. Negro family, the case for national action.
Description xviii, 493 pages illustrations 25 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Copy 7 is an ordered replacement copy for copies missing from the shelf.
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Family structure and employment problems / Harold L. Sheppard and Herbert E. Striner -- The response of the White House press and a rejoinder : President talks frankly to Negroes / Mary McGrory -- Drive for Negro family stability spurred by White House / John D. Pomfret -- Inside report : the Moynihan report / Rowland Evans and Robert Novak -- Report focuses on Negro family / John Herbers -- Family report sparks debate / Jean M. White -- Inside report : civil rights disaster / Rowland Evans and Robert Novak -- A frustration on rights / John Herbers -- A family policy for the nation / Daniel Patrick Moynihan -- Reaction of civil rights leaders : New trends in civil rights / Benjamin F. Payton -- An address / Martin Luther King, Jr. -- Newspaper columns / James Farmer -- Newspaper columns / Whitney Young -- Why Don't Negroes ... / Bayard Rustin.
Intellectual response to the report : Beware the day they change their minds / Charles E. Silberman -- The Moynihan report / Christopher Jencks -- The Negro family : reflections on the Moynihan report / Herbery J. Gans -- Savage discovery : the Moynihan report / William Ryan -- The Negro family and the Moynihan report / Laura Carper -- In defense of the Negro family / Frank Riessman.
Introduction -- The political context of the report : the government and the civil rights movement -- Moynihan's strategy -- The Moynihan report, The Negro family : the case for national action / Daniel Patrick Moynihan -- The Howard University address / President Lyndon B. Johnson -- The report becomes public -- Public statements about sensitive issues -- Opposition in the permanent government -- The civil rights reactions build -- After Watts the issue is joined -- Intellectual commentary on the report -- Confrontation at the conference -- "To fulfill these rights" : non-Moynihanian -- Conclusions and implications -- The government's response to the report : Agenda paper no. V. : The family : resources for change- planning session for the White House conference "To fulfill these rights" / Hylan Lewis -- Is there a "breakdown" of the Negro family? / Elizabeth Herzog.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)423904
(OCoLC)ocm00423904
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WorldCat Identities Rainwater, Lee.
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