Preface | Introduction | Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4 | Chapter 5 | Chapter 6 | Chapter 7 | Chapter 8 | Chapter 9 | Bibliography | Appendices | List of Acronyms | About the Author
The list which follows includes publications produced by grantees (identified by an asterisk) and those sources drawn upon directly in the writing of this book.
Materials of a lesser sort in the Foundation's archives are not listed here.
*Abrahamson, Julia. A Neighborhood Finds Itself (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1959).
Adams, Frank. Unearthing Seeds of Fire: The Idea of Highlander (Winston-Salem, N.C.: John Blair Press, 1975).
Afro-American, Dec. 5, 1970.
Alinsky, Saul. Reveille for Radicals (Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, 1946).
_____. Rules for Radicals (New York: Random House,
Anthropology Today (Del Mar, Ca.: CRM Books, 1971).
*Biddle, Loureide J., and William W. Biddle. Community Dynamics Processes: Two Community Case Studies of People in Development (1962), Final Report, published privately, 57 pp.
Biddle, William W., and Loureide J. Biddle. Program of Community Dynamics: A Pattern of Fundamental Education (Earlham College).
*Black, Algernon D. The Young Citizens: The Story of the Encampment for Citizenship (New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1962).
Blake, Herman. "Citizen Participation, Democracy and Social Change," a report to the ESF, Dec. 1969, ESF files.
Blakeley, Ulysses B. "Ministers vs. Evils of Urban Renewal," Chicago Defender, Nov. 19, 1962.
Blakeley, Ulysses B., and Charles T. Leber, Jr. "Woodlawn Begins to Flex Its Muscles," Presbyterian Life, Sept. 15, 1962.
Brazier, Arthur M. Black Self-Determination: The Story of the Woodlawn Organization (Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1969).
Brewer, Sam Pope. "Chelsea Project on Unity Splits Up," New York Times, Jan.24, 1960.
Burks, Edward C. "Chelsea Tenants Jeer at Project," New York Times, Oct. 14,1959.
Carawan, Guy, and Candie Carawan. Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life? (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1966).
Clark, Septima P. Echo in My Soul (New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1962).
Cofield, Ernestine. "A Blueprint to Secure Community's Future," Chicago Defender, Dec. 3, 1962.
_____. "Death Watch Against School Segregation," Chicago Defender Magazine, Nov. 27, 1962.
_____. "Ministers vs. Evils of Urban Renewal," Chicago
Defender, Nov. 19, 1962.
Dennis, Landt. " 'Doers' not 'Talkers,' " Christian Science Monitor, May 9, 1970.
*Dentler, Robert. "The Young Volunteers: An Evaluation of Three Programs of the American Friends Service Committee" (Chicago, Ill.: National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago, June 1959), mimeo.
Dewey, John. The Public and Its Problems (Chicago, Ill.: Gateway Books, 1946).
*Dildine, Glenn C. "Citizenship Improvement Study: Final Report of a Three-Year Study (1955-1957) Conducted in Pilot Counties in Five States Representing Extension's National Regions" (Washington, D.C.: The National 4-H Club Foundation, 1962), mimeo.
_____. "4-H Club Project Work and Citizenship," National 4-H Club Foundation Journal, March 1958.
*Dodson, Dan W. Untitled report on Chelsea Community Council to the Emil Schwarzhaupt Foundation, 1960, mimeo.
Eby, Kermit. "The 'Drip' Theory in Labor Unions," Antioch Review, 3(1) (March 1953).
Editor. "Open or Closed Cities?" Christian Century, May 10, 1961.
Fenton, Edwin, "Educational Programs for Youth in Transition: Implications of Kohlberg's Research for the Schools," in From Youth to Constructive Adult Life: The Role of the Public School, Ralph W. Tyler, ed. (Berkeley, Ca.: McCutchan Publishing Corp., 1978).
Fey, Harold E., and D'Arcy McNickle. Indians and Other Americans (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1959).
Gearing, Frederick O. The Face of the Fox (Chicago, Ill.: Aldine Publishing Co., 1970.
_____ . "The Strategy of the Fox Project," Addendum 1 of "Documentary History of the Fox Project, 1948-1959," Gearing, Netting, and Peattie, eds.
Gearing, Fred, Robert McC. Netting, and Lisa Peattie. "Documentary History of the Fox Project, 1948-1959: A Program in Action Anthropology," (Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago, 1960), mimeo.
Geyer, Georgie Anne. "Is TWO Political? It All Depends," Chicago Daily News, April 11, 1962.
_____ . "Woodlawn: A Community in Revolt," Chicago Scene 3(12) (June 7, 1962).
Gregory, Judith P. "Highlander Folk School," Catholic Worker, April-May 1959.
*Haimowitz, Morris L., and Aimee Isgrig. "Final Report on Training Center for Community Group Development" (Chicago, Ill.: University College, University of Chicago, 1957), ESF files.
Homans, George C. The Human Group (New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1950).
Horton, Aimee. "An Analysis of Selected Programs for the Training of Civil Rights and Community Leaders in the South," Cooperative Research Project No. S-291, Fisk University (with the Office of Education, U,S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare).
_____. "The Highlander Folk School: A History of the Development of Its Major Programs Related to Social Movements in the South, 1932-1961," doctoral dissertation, Department of Education, University of Chicago, Dec. 1970.
_____. "The Highlander Folk School: Pioneer of Integration in the South," Teachers College Record, 68(3) (Dec. 1966).
Horton, Myles. "It's a Miracle--I Still Don't Believe It," Phi Delta Kappan, May 1966.
Horwitz, Robert, and Carl Tjerandsen. Civic Education in the United States: A Directory of Organizations (Chicago, Ill.: University College, University of Chicago, 1954).
_____. 1958-1959 Supplement to Civic Education in the United States. A Directory of Organizations (East Lansing, Mich.: Bureau of Social Research, Michigan State University, 1958).
*Hyman, Herbert H., and Charles R. Wright. "Youth in Transition: An Evaluation of the Contribution of the Encampment for Citizenship to the Education of Youth," Bureau of Applied Research, Columbia University, March 1956, mimeo.
Hyman, Herbert H., Charles Wright, and Terence K. Hopkins. Applications of Methods of Evaluation: Four Studies of the Encampment for Citizenship (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1962).
Irvine, Bruce K. "Saul Alinsky in Chelsea: A History of the Chelsea Community Council, 1959-1960," M.A. thesis, Faculty of Political Science, Columbia University.
Jackson, Juanita, Sabra Slaughter, and J. Herman Blake. "The Sea Islands as a Cultural Resource," Black Scholar, March 1974.
Jacob, Philip E. Changing Values in College (New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1957).
Jacobs, Jane. "Chicago's Woodlawn--Renewal by Whom?" Architectural Forum, May 1962.
Jenkins, Esau. News and Courier (Charleston, S.C.), July 28, 1968.
*Johnson, Paul B. "Citizen Participation in Urban Renewal" (Chicago, Ill.: Hull House, 1960), mimeo.
Jordan, Vernon. Baltimore Afro-American, Aug. 23, 1969. Kearney, George F. Ledger Syndicate (Philadelphia).
Kellam, Sheppard G., and Sheldon K. Schiff. "The Woodlawn Mental Health Center: A Community Mental Health Center Model," Social Service Review 40 (1966).
*Koch, Jr., William H. Dignity of Their Own (New York: Friendship Press, 1966).
Kohlberg, Lawrence. "Moral Stages and Moralization: The Cognitive-Developmental Approach," in Moral Development and Social Issues, Thomas Lickona, ed. (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1976).
Lesser, Alexander. "Education and the Future of Tribalism
in the United States: The Case of the American Indian," Social Service
Review 35(2) (June 1961).
Longcope, Kay. "The Changing Role of the Migrant Ministry," Presbyterian Life, Nov. 15, 1967.
Love, Sarah L., in cooperation with Anne Wright. The Arrow Program: A Handbook for Volunteers and Teachers to Help Children Toward Democratic Living. (Phila., Pa.: Fellowship House, 1959).
Lurie, Nancy Oestreich. "The Voice of the American Indian: Report on the American Indian Chicago Conference," Current Anthropology 2(5) (Dec. 1961).
_____. "What the Red Man Wants in the Land That Was His," Saturday Review, Oct. 4, 1969.
McNickle, D'Arcy. Native American Tribalism: Indian Survivals and Renewals (New York: Oxford University Press, 1973).
_____. "The Indian in American Society." Social Welfare Forum, 1955.
*McNickle, D'Arcy, and Viola G. Pfrommer. "Dinexta: A Community Experience" (Denver, Colo.: American Indian Development, 1964), mimeo.
McPherson, James Alan. "Chicago's Blackstone Rangers," Atlantic Monthly, May and June 1969.
Mead, Margaret. "The Implications of Culture Change for Personality Development," Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 17 (1947).
Merriam, Charles E, Civic Education in the United States. Part 6, Report of the Commission on the Social Studies, American Historical Association (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934).,
Miller, Walter B. "Authority and Collective Action in Fox Society," in "Documentary History of the Fox Project, 1948-1959," Gearing, Netting, and Peattie, eds.
Mooney, James. The Aboriginal Population of America North of Mexico, revised by John R. Swanton, Miscellaneous Collections, vol. 80 (Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1928).
Moore, Ruth. "Child Health Tops Woodlawn Recast," Chicago Sun-Times, July 6, 1967.
_____. "New Woodlawn: A Happy Future," Chicago Sun-Times, July 5, 1957.
Nelson, William L., and Cecil Nelson. "People, Planning and Planners." Woodlawn Booster, 29(30) (July 25, 1962).
Parker, Everett C. "How Chelsea Was Torn Apart," Christian Century 77(5) (Feb. 3, 1960).
Powledge, Fred. "Citizen?-Class Probes and Takes Steps to Voting," Atlanta Journal, Mar. 24, 1963.
Quinn, Frank. "1,000 Butte Residents Mobilize to Push Development
of City," Montana Standard (Butte-Anaconda), July 8, 1959; also,
Oct. 13, 1959.
Richey, Elinor. "The Slum That Saved Itself," Progressive,
27(10) (Oct. 1963).
Riecken, Henry. Volunteer Work Camp (Cambridge, Mass,: Addison-Wesley, 1952).
*Rietz, Robert, "The Tama Indian Crafts Project," in "Documentary History of the Fox Project, 1948-1959," Gearing, Netting, and Peattie, eds.
Rose, Stephen C. "Saul Alinsky and His Critics," Christianity and Crisis, July 20, 1964.
Rossi, Peter H., and Robert A. Dentler. The Politics of Urban Renewal: The Chicago Findings (New York: Free Press, 1961).
San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 25, 1977.
Scott, Richard Taylor, "T.W.O. Re-Elects Stevenson Prexy," Woodlawn Booster, May 18-24, 1965.
Selman, Robert L. "Social-Cognitive Understanding: A Guide to Educational and Clinical Practice," in Moral Development and Social Issues, Thomas Lickona, ed. (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1976).
Silberman, Charles E. Crisis in Black and White (New York: Random House, 1964).
Southern Patriot, Feb. 1973.
*Spiegel, Hans B, C. "Intergroup Tensions and the Campus" (Springfield, Mass.: Community Tensions Center, Springfield College, 1962), mimeo.
Stevenson, Lynward. "The State of the Community," Woodlawn Observer, April 29, 1966.
_____. Chicago Defender, Aug. 26, 1964.
_____. Woodlawn Booster, May 18-24, 1965.
Stone, Ursula Batchelder. "We Are Here to Stay," University of Chicago Magazine, March-April, 1973.
*Survey Research Center. "A Study of the League of Women Voters of the United States" (Ann Arbor: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, 1957 and 1958), five vols., mimeo.
*Tannenbaum, Arnold, and Betty Sears. "Organizational Phase, Part 1: Factors in League Functioning" (Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, Aug. 1957), mimeo.
_____. "Organizational Phase, Part 2: Factors in League Effectiveness" (Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, April 1958), mimeo.
Tax, Sol. "Residential Integration: The Case of Hyde Park in Chicago," Human Organization, 18(1) (spring 1959).
_____. Review of A Neighborhood Finds Itself by Julia Abrahamson, Annals American Academy of Social and Political Science, 327 (Jan, 1960).
*"The Schwarzhaupt Foundation Tama Indian Program, Report of Activities, 1955-1956," February 1957, in "Documentary History of the Fox Project, 1948-1959," Gearing, Netting, and Peattie, eds.
"The Undermining of Butte," Newsweek, Nov. 6, 1972.
Thelen, Herbert, and Bettie Balk Sarchet. Neighbors in Action: A Manual for Community Leaders (Human Dynamics Laboratory, Department of Education, University of Chicago, 1954), mimeo.
"T.W.O. Offers Job Program," Chicago Tribune, Feb. 7, 1965.
Tyler, Ralph W. "Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Foundation Grant," Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Conference of the National Council on Philanthropy, Atlanta, Ga. Oct. 25-27, 1972.
U.S. Census of Population, 1970, American Indians, PC (2)-IF.
*Walker, Alan. "Vermont Community Development Program," Goddard Bulletin, 29(5) (Nov. 1964).
*Wax, Rosalie H. "A Brief History and Analysis of the Workshops on American Indian Affairs Conducted for American Indian Students, 1959-1960," Oct. 1961, ESF files.
*Weiss, Robert and Carol Slater. "Community Attitudes Toward the League," vol. 2 of "A Study of the League of Women Voters of the United States" (Ann Arbor: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, Feb. 1957), mimeo.
*Weiss, Robert, Carol Slater, and Dora Cafagua. "The League Member Talks About the League," vol. 1 of "A Study of the League of Women Voters of the United States" (Ann Arbor: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, Oct. 1956), mimeo.
*Weiss, Robert, Carol Slater, and Ruth Goldhaber. "Some Problems of League Membership: Cross-Sectional Membership and Member Activity," vol. 3 of "A Study of the League of Women Voters of the United States" (Ann Arbor: Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, Aug. 1957), mimeo.
Wright, Grace S. Persistence of Attendance in Adult Education Classes, Circular No. 353 (Washington, D.C.: Office of Education, Federal Security Agency, 1952).