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I first read this book about 18 years ago, so the content is a bit dated now, especially in the area of health. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. R. Hayward
I really like the premise of this book - working in the service sector I have taken a while to come to terms with being in many respects 'the enemy' when it comes to people getting... Read morePublished 11 months ago by T. Edmund
corners were a little bent but its expected since it's used. I'll be using this for a class that I'm currently in. It's small in size and its a paperback book.Published 15 months ago by RRBRUESS
I do not feel that I learned anything new. I am not quite sure if the book was bad or I am too knowlegdablePublished 24 months ago by evelyn cruz
This book was eye opening and informative. But very one sided. It made the issues a little less believable.Good book!Published on October 12, 2013 by Beth
My favorite books on community are those written by Manitonquat, including Have You Lost Your Tribe? Read morePublished on May 27, 2013 by Dave
This book was written in 1995 and based soley in the context of the USA.
The whole premise of the book is about power has been taken away from 'communities' and into the... Read more
I love this book! John McKnight is a voice for the people who have been undervalued and his perspective of how the systems in place dehumanized folks is remarkable. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Rock