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ISSUE EDITOR: JEFFRY GALPER, TEMPLE UNIVERSITY

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Editorial - pp. 164
  • The Rank and File Movement: The Relevance of Radical Social Work Traditions to Modern Social Work Practice - LESLIE LEIGHNINGER & ROBERT KNICKMEYER - pp. 166
  • Communication Disturbances in a Welfare Bureaucracy: A Case for Self-Management - ROBERT E. O'CONNOR & LARRY D. SPENCE - pp. 178
  • The Politics of Drug Addiction: A Comparison of United States and Chinese Drug Policies Since 1949 - RICHARD FORTMANN - pp. 205
  • Housing as a Process of Community Development GARY D. ASKEROTH - pp. 218
  • Central Appalachia: A Peripheral Region Within an Advanced Capitalist Society - DAVID S. WALLS - pp. 232
  • Maximizing the Impact of an Alternative Agency - MIRIAM GALPER & CAROLYN KOTT WASHBURNE - pp. 248
  • Radicalism in Casework - PHILIP LICHTENBERG - pp. 258
  • Social Work Practice as Collective Experience - HARVEY FINKLE, JEFFRY GALPER, PHILIP LICHTENBERG & JACK STRINBACH - pp. 277
  • Integrated Cooperation Within a Grass-Roots Movement: The Class Emphasis - JOHN C. LEGGETT & FRANCES V. MOULDNER - pp. 283

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