The failure of the Urban Renewal, Community Action, Model Cities and Planned Variations Programs to revitalize economically distressed communities in post–World War II America prompted many grass-roots activists, institutional leaders and municipal officials to question the efficacy of centrally planned and administered anti-poverty programmes. Inspired by the subsequent success of the ...

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