Table of contents for The problem of jobs : liberalism, race, and deindustrialization in Philadelphia / Guian A. McKee.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction: Liberals, Race, and Jobs in Postwar Philadelphia 000
1. Economic Crisis and Local Liberalism 000
2. Good Medicine for Philadelphia? Local Industrial Policy and the Problem of Jobs 000
3. ¿Economic development is but a means¿: The War on Poverty and Local Economic 
Planning 000
4. ¿We are going to protest and prepare¿: Civil Rights and the Origins of OIC 000
5. ¿All 200 million of us are going to make it¿: The Rise of OIC 000
6. ¿We had to create jobs¿: The OIC-Progress Movement and Community Capitalism 
000
7. The Philadelphia Plan: Affirmative Action and the Problem of Jobs 000
8. ¿You¿ll never pull it off in this city¿: Model Cities, Racial Conflict, and Local 
Industrial Policy 000
Conclusion: And All the World Was Philadelphia 000
List of Abbreviations 000
Notes 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Manpower policy -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History -- 20th century.
Job creation -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History -- 20th century.
Philadelphia (Pa.) -- Politics and government -- 1865-.