Politics Of Historic Districts / Edition 1

Politics Of Historic Districts / Edition 1

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by Bill Schmickle
     
 

Politics of Historic Districts is your political battle plan in a fight to designate a local historic district. Thirty-four brief chapters cover everything you need to know about the politics of organizing a grassroots campaign and what you have to do to win. By explaining how and why historic districts are politically created, it is an indispensable resource for

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Overview

Politics of Historic Districts is your political battle plan in a fight to designate a local historic district. Thirty-four brief chapters cover everything you need to know about the politics of organizing a grassroots campaign and what you have to do to win. By explaining how and why historic districts are politically created, it is an indispensable resource for anyone studying or working in local preservation today.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780759107564
Publisher:
AltaMira Press
Publication date:
09/28/2006
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
280
Product dimensions:
6.09(w) x 9.18(h) x 0.64(d)

Meet the Author

Bill Schmickle currently chairs the Annapolis Historic Preservation Commission and was a cofounder of the Oak Ridge, NC, Historic District. He and his wife, Charlotte, own and operate Flag House Inn in the Annapolis National Landmark Historic District. A former professor of political science, he now writes and consults on preservation issues.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction: What D'ya Know? Chapter 2 1. Before You Take Another Step Chapter 3 2. Thinking Politically about Historic District Designation Chapter 4 3. How It Starts Chapter 5 4. A Walk through the Designation Process Chapter 6 5. On Planning and Strategy Chapter 7 6. Our Strategic Line: A Community in/ within Conflict Chapter 8 7. Makers, Breakers, Takers, and Shapers: The Political Field of Play Chapter 9 8. Leadership and Organization Chapter 10 9. Working with Shapers Chapter 11 10. A Practical Vision Chapter 12 11. Thinking Politically about Design Guidelines Chapter 13 12. It's Personal Chapter 14 13. Sticks & Stones Chapter 15 14. The Campaign Kickoff Chapter 16 15. Community Meeting Arrangements Chapter 17 16. Your Community Presentation Chapter 18 17. FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 19 18. Thinking Politically about Q&A: The Moving Pattern of Opponents' Challenges Chapter 20 19. Our Reframing Q&A Strategy Chapter 21 20. Answering Opposition Questions I: From "Distrust of Them" to the "Pivotal Shift" Chapter 22 21. Answering Opposition Questions II: From the "Pivotal Shift" to "Distrust of Us" Chapter 23 22. Skirmishing with Radical Property Rightists Chapter 24 23. Petition Politics Chapter 25 24. Reaching Out to the Opposition Chapter 26 25. Moving on to City Hall Chapter 27 26. Behind-the-Scenes Intelligence Chapter 28 27. Working with the Press Chapter 29 28. A Civic Vision Chapter 30 29. The Politics of Public Hearings Chapter 31 30. A Conversation with a Lobbyist Chapter 32 31. A Checklist for One-on-One Meetings Chapter 33 32. Our Public Hearing Presentation Chapter 34 33. The Politics of Compromise Chapter 35 34. Winning the Vote

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