Table of contents for Managed integration; dilemmas of doing good in the city.

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PART I    The Racial Change Process                            2
1. Introduction: Community Action and Ecological
Structure, 3
2. The Dual Market, 15
PART II    Intervention for Integration in South Shore       40
3. The Study Area: Definition and Characteristics, 41
4. The South Shore Commission, 63
5. Competing for Whites: Techniques of Community
Preservation, 82
6. Tenant Referral Service: Exploiting the White Market, 113
"PART III    Outcome: Measures of Integration Success        130
7. Distribution and Speed of Racial Replacement, 131
8. Property Turnover: Measuring White Flight, 148
9. Patterns of Black-White Interaction, 174
10. Summary: Dilemmas of Doing Good in the City, 204
Postscript: South Shore Revisited, 223
Appendix: Survey Methods, 230

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: South Shore Commission, Chicago (Ill, ) Race relations Case studies, African Americans Illinois Chicago