Table of contents for The politics of historic districts : a primer for grassroots preservation / William E. Schmickle.

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 Table of Contents 
Introduction: What D'ya Know?
1. Before You Take Another Step
2. Thinking Politically about Historic District Designation
3. How It Starts
4. A Walk through the Designation Process 
5. On Planning and Strategy
6. Our Strategic Line: Community & the Politics of Conflict
7. Makers, Breakers, Takers, & Shapers: Charting the Political Lay of the Land
8. Leadership and Organization
9. Working with Shapers 
10. A Practical Vision
11. Thinking Politically about Design Guidelines
12. It's Personal
13. Sticks & Stones
14. The Campaign Kickoff
15. Community Meeting Arrangements
16. Your Presentation
17. FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions
18. Thinking Politically about Q&A
19. Our Reframing Q&A Strategy
20. Answering Opposition Questions I: From "Distrust of Them" to the "Pivotal Shift"
21. Answering Opposition Questions II: From the "Pivotal Shift" to "Distrust of Us"
22. Skirmishing with Radical Property Rightists
23. The Petition
24. Reaching Out to the Opposition
25. Moving on to City Hall
26. Behind the Scenes Intelligence
27. Working with a Reporter 
28. A Civic Vision
29. The Politics of Public Decision Making
30. A Conversation with a Lobbyist 
31. A Checklist for One-on-One Meetings
32. Our Public Hearing Presentation
33. The Politics of Compromise
34. Winning the Vote 
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

City planning -- United States -- Citizen participation.
Historic preservation -- United States -- Political aspects.
Historic districts -- United States -- Planning.
Politics and culture -- United States.