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Learning to Lead: Pedagogy of Practice
The Power of Story in Social Movements
(American Sociological Association, 2001)
Organizing Obama: Campaign, Organization, Movement
(American Sociological Association, 2009)
Resources and Resourcefulness: Strategic Capacity in the Unionization of California Agriculture, 1959-1966
(University of Chicago Press, 2000)
A Nation of Organizers: The Institutional Origins of Civic Voluntarism in the United States
(American Political Science Association, 2000)
Duty to the Race: African American Fraternal Orders and the Legal Defense of the Right to Organize
(Project Muse, 2004)
In 1904, leaders of three major white fraternal orders launched a nationally coordinated legislative and legal campaign to force their black counterparts out of existence, a struggle that spread to at least 29 states and ...
Motor Voter or Motivated Voter?
(New Prospect, Inc., 1996)
The Motor Voter law was supposed to dramatically increase turnout and give marginalized groups more voice in politics. Unfortunately, getting these groups to register doesn't do any good if you don't give them reason to vote.
Voters in the Crosshairs
(The American Prospect, 2001)
New technologies were supposed to enable campaigns to reach more voters. Instead, they ended up fragmenting and alienating much of the electorate.