The Fifteenth Ward and the Great Society; an encounter with a modern city.


Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1966.

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Subjects Connecticut -- New Haven.
New Haven (Conn.) -- Politics and government.
New Haven (Conn.) -- Politique et gouvernement.
New Haven (Conn.) -- Race relations.
New Haven (Conn.) -- Relations raciales.
Politics and government
Race relations.
ReĢnovation urbaine -- Connecticut -- New Haven.
Urban renewal -- Connecticut -- New Haven.
Urban renewal.
Description xxvi, 278 pages map (on lining papers) 22 cm
Copyright Date 1966.
Contents Election 1963 -- The board of Alderman -- De facto school segregation -- Turmoil -- Scattered housing -- The ethnic resistance to Negro rights -- A populist conservatism -- Election, 1964 -- New Haven's rebuilding -- Mayor Lee -- The great society -- City Hall -- Urban renewal and housing -- Antipoverty -- Election, 1965.
Geographic Area Connecticut
Network Numbers (OCoLC)38756345
(OCoLC)ocm38756345
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Miller, William Lee.
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