11:16 community - Ch. 15, 295-302 Community and economic...

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Ch. 15, 295-302 Community and economic development Changing perspectives President Johnson’s policies for “the great society” and the “war on poverty” embraced a positive role for the federal gov’t This createive federalism was superseded by Nixon’s new federalism, which he claimed was to start power and resources flowing back from Washington to states and communities and, people across nation Carter viewed this as a federal gov’t retreat from its responsibilities, leaving state and local gov’t with insufficient resources, interest, or leadership to accomplish all that needed to be done o New partnership with every level of gov’t as well as the private and community sectors Clinton’s national urban policy is characterized by an emphasis on empowerment of communities Bush: has acknowledged that federal and state programs have not eliminated urban problems. o
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