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Maximum feasible misunderstanding

Daniel P. Moynihan

Maximum feasible misunderstanding

community action in the war on poverty

by Daniel P. Moynihan

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Published by Free Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Community Action Program (U.S.),
  • Poor -- United States.,
  • Economic assistance, Domestic -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementDaniel P. Moynihan.
    SeriesThe Clarke A. Sanford lectures on local government and community life, Clarke A. Sanford-Armand G. Erpf lecture series on local government and community life -- 1967.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxiii, 218 p. ;
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13545721M

    The Beth Custer Ensemble Founder/Band leader to present San Francisco, California BCE is comprised of David James, Jan Jackson, Vicky Grossi, Chris Grady, Diana Mangano, and for our silent film soundtrack with Lisa Mezzacappa, Dina Maccabee, Jessica tion: Clarinetist/Composer. For purposes of this report, community is defined as any group of people who share geographic space, interests, goals, or history. A community offers a diversity of potential targets for prevention and is often conceived of as an encompassing, proximal, and comprehensive structure that provides opportunities and resources that shape people’s lifestyle (McIntyre and Ellaway, ).   It should be noted the book did not receive positive reception, the New York Times described it as a “desultory after-dinner conversation, in which all sharpness and bite of analysis have dissolved in self- contradiction, [and] vague ellipses ” from Adam Walinsky, “Maximum Feasible Misunderstanding,” New York Times, 2 February Maximum Feasible Misunderstanding: Community Action in the War on Poverty. New York: Free Press, New York: Free Press, Pandaemonium: Ethnicity in International Politics.


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In his article in the Republican Papers, Moynihan discussed future possibilities. Here he confines himself to an intricate, strenuously disengaged reconstruction of administrative disaster and the hodgepodge of designs, agencies.

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In this period, the Public Interest was the best-known vehicle for neoconservative critiques of the Great Society. Moynihan, Maximum Feasible Misunderstanding, 24, 5. Ibid., 6. O’Connor, Poverty. A review of Daniel Moynihan's book which analyzed the War on Poverty using experiences from various federal programs but especially community action projects.

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The chapters that follow explore postwar writers’ efforts to rethink the relationship between artist, artwork, and audience, in ways that reflected and sometimes helped inspire.

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President Richard Nixon. Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Moynihan moved at a young age to New York City. Education: Tufts University (BS, BA, MA, PhD), London.

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develop, conduct, and administer programs “with the maximum feasible partic-ipation of residents of the areas and members of the groups served” (78 Stat. []). Although CAP was national in scope, a primary focus was to chal-lenge the white power structure entrenched in major northern urban areas and across the South.

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Moynihan, Daniel P. (), Maximum Feasible Misunderstanding: Community This book reveals how the political voices of organized interests.This book traces American writers' contributions and responses to the War on Poverty.

Its title comes from the Opportunity Act, which established a network of federally funded Community Action Agencies that encouraged "maximum feasible participation" by the poor.