Black Control of Cities: Heading It Off by Metropolitan Government

Piven, Frances Fox; Cloward, Richard A.
September 1967
New Republic;9/30/67, Vol. 157 Issue 14, p19
Focuses on the opposition of voters to the proposals by cities to annex adjacent areas and move toward a metropolitan government in the U.S. Description of the legislative framework for the move toward metropolitanism; Solutions to urban problems such as pollution; Key to explaining the national Democratic administration's push for metropolitan consolidation.


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