Temple University Press, 1994 Paper: 978-1-56639-226-6 | Cloth: 978-1-56639-225-9 Library of Congress Classification HN80.D6D45 1994 Dewey Decimal Classification 306.0977434
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Robert H. Mast is Coordinator of the Pittsburgh Oral History Project and Adjunct Professor of Sociology at Clarion University in Pennsylvania.
"Only the numbest reader of these pages will fail to see the relationship of the urban realities herein explicated so poignantly to those that flamed so fiercely in Los Angeles in 1992. Given that context, no one should be shocked at the radical elements in the thought of these activists from so many diverse background, perspectives, and generations. To deal radically means to go to the root of things, the origins, the fundamentals. These Detroit voices insist that the problems of urban Americans have become so grave that nothing less will suffice."