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Cold Anger: A Story of Faith and Power Politics

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Library Journal
Considering the importance which Latinos will have on American culture and politics in the 21st century, very little of a nonscholarly nature has been written about them. Rogers fills the gap somewhat with this journalistic biography of Ernesto Cortes, a grass-roots leader who teaches Latinos how to use the political system. A man who combines religion and secular ideology, Cortes is doing for the Latino communities nationally what Jesse Jackson did in Chicago a decade earlier. The book effectively captures the flavor of the movement in small, rural locales and in major urban centers, conveying Cortes's ideology and energy, as well as the issues close to the Latino heart. A welcome look at minority politics in the 1990s. Recommended for all libraries.-- Roderic A. Camp, Central Coll., Pella, Ia.
Booknews
The story of Ernesto Cortes, an Hispanic organizer of the Saul Alinsky school, who has combined intellectualism, religious faith and hardball politics to develop a grassroots movement of local community organizations in San Antonio, Texas and elsewhere. The introduction is by Bill Moyers. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780929398136
  • Publisher: University of North Texas Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/1990
  • Pages: 226
  • Sales rank: 852,628
  • Product dimensions: 6.05 (w) x 9.03 (h) x 0.64 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2000

    An Easy to Understand Synopsis of Organizing

    Mary Beth Rogers does a great job of dissecting the first major movement groups. Her citation of empirical examples helps to completely explain what she is talking about. Most of the theories are explained via reference to interviews (and direct quotes) or different initiatives that are still around today. I was going to read this book solely for enjoyment, but being a policy debator, I also carded this book to see what I could turn up. I came up with an astonishing amount of cards by the end. The book offers a very good sense of completeness. I enjoyed it so much, I am now reading other books by people that she cites. It was very easy to follow and anyone could understand it.

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