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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Part One: Scope and Theory of Church-State Collaboration 1 The Extent and Support of African American Churches' Collaboration with Government 2 The Volition to Collaborate with Government Part Two: The Social and Political Context of New York City 3 Public Policy and Black Neighborhood Decline 4 Faith in Action for Neighborhood Redemption Part Three: Inside Church-State Collaboration 5 Partnering with Caesar 6 Acquiring Resources for Neighborhood Resurrection 7 Complementing Collaboration Conclusion Research Note Notes References
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
African American churches.
Church and state -- United States.
Faith-based human services -- United States.
Community development, Urban -- United States.