Poor Americans: how the white poor live. Edited by Marc Pilisuk and Phyllis Pilisuk.

; Pilisuk, Phyllis, compiler
[Chicago] Distributed by Aldine Pub. Company [1971] .

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Other Authors Pilisuk, Phyllis,
Subjects Poor -- United States.
United States.
Description ix, 192 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes "The essays in this book originally appeared in Trans-action magazine."
Includes bibliographical references (page 12).
Contents How the white poor live, by M. Pilisuk and P. Pilisuk. -- The culture of poverty, by O. Lewis. -- Life in Appalachia -- the case of Hugh McCaslin, by R. Coles. -- Labor waste in New York: rural exploitation and migrant workers, by W.H. Friedland. -- The serpent-handling religions of West Virginia, by N.L. Gerrard. -- White gangs, by W.B. Miller. -- Homeless men, by D. Pittman. -- How teachers learn to help children fail, by E. Fuchs. -- Becky and the Telegraph Avenue life style, by M. Pilisuk and others. -- Medical ghettos, by A.L. Strauss. -- The strange case of public dependency, M. Rein.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)156298
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WorldCat Identities Pilisuk, Marc,
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