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Program Design
Program design

In many organizing models, you seldom, if ever, have to design and implement a program. Instead, you focus on getting other people to do something the way you want them to do it. You pressure them to do their job better. You steer them in the direction the community wants. You tell them what to do (put in a streetlight, provide better police protection, fix the plumbing in the apartment complex), and if they see the power of the people you have organized, they do ...

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