BOOKSHELF: Donald W. Littrell,  The Theory & Practice of Community Development

FROM THE LIBRARY BOOKSHELF: Donald W. Littrell,  The Theory & Practice of Community Development: A Guide For Practitioners (Extension Division, University of Missouri-Columbia) The techniques of building a community alliance for social change through small groups utilized by Saul Aliensky in Chicago have developed into an academic discipline; the University offers a masters degree in Community Development.



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