The ghetto marketplace. Edited by Frederick D. Sturdivant.

New York, Free Press [1969] .

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Subjects États-Unis -- Conditions sociales -- 1945-
Low-income consumers.
Pauvres -- États-Unis.
Poor -- United States.
United States.
Urban poor -- United States.
Urban poor.
Description xvii, 316 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-305).
Contents Riot report, by B. Weber.--The marketplace; participants and problems. Low-income life styles, by L.M. Irelan and A. Besner.--How the poor spend their money, by H.H. Lamale.--Consumer practices of the poor, by L.G. Richards.--The merchant and the low-income consumer, by D. Caplovitz.--Economic report on installment credit and retail sales practices of District of Columbia retailers, by Federal Trade Commission.--Poverty, minorities, and consumer exploitation, by F.D. Sturdivant and W.T. Wilhelm.--Prices in poor neighborhoods, by P. Groom.--White withdrawal; ghetto merchants shy away from civic ties in areas they serve, from Wall street journal.--Negro and Jew, by P. Jacobs.--Better deal for ghetto shoppers, by F.D. Sturdivant.--Corrective action and reaction. Is war on poverty becoming war on business? By P. Hencke.--Violence in the city; an end or a beginning, by the Governor's Commission on the Los Angeles Riots.--Should supermarkets take a new look at urban areas? from Food topics.--A business development program for our poverty areas, by R.F. Kennedy.--The retailers, the ghetto, and the government, by M. Hall and B. Williams.--After the riots; a position paper for retailing by R. Rosenthall.--Deception in the marketplace of the poor; the role of the Federal Trade Commission, by M.G. Jones.--The limits of Black capitalism, by F.D. Sturdivant.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)32444
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Sturdivant, Frederick D.,
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