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"No matter what the future of ACORN entails, the future of community practice theory is always strengthened by Fisher's probing eye, and this book is no exception."
--Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare
"The essays, as a whole, are thoughtful and contribute much to an understanding of the value of modern community organizing for low-income and minority families and ACORN's leading role in this work..Recommended."
"This is an excellent volume that should be required reading for classes on community organizing and policy practice."
--Social Science Review