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Author Putnam, Robert D.

Title Better together : restoring the American community / Robert D. Butler and Lewis M. Feldstein ; with Don Cohen
Published New York : Simon & Schuster, [2003]
©2003

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 MELB  306.0973 Put/Btr  TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE
Description xvi,318 pages : illustrations ; 24cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Contents -- Introduction -- Chicken at the Chinese Table: Mythology of the Phoenix -- Kitchen Tools, Techniques, and Processes -- Chinese Ingredients and Essentials -- The Whole Chicken as Celebration -- Chicken as First Course: Small Dishes and Appetizers -- Chicken in Soups -- Rice with Chicken, Chicken with Rice -- Chicken with Noodles, Dumplings, and Buns -- Chicken in the Wok, Every Which Way -- A Final Feast: Mah-Jongg Chicken -- Conversions -- Index
Summary "In Better Together, Putman and longtime civic activist Lewis Feldstein describe some of the diverse locations and most compelling ways in which civic renewal is taking place today. In response to civic crises and local problems, they say, hardworking, committed people are reweaving the social fabric all across America, often in innovative ways that may turn out to be appropriate for the twenty-first century." "Better Together is a book of stories about people who are building communities to solve specific problems. The examples Putnam and Feldstein describe span the country from big cities such as Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Chicago to Los Angeles suburbs, small Mississippi and Wisconsin towns, and quiet rural areas. The projects range from the strictly local to that of the men and women of UPS, who cover the nation."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Social change -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- Social conditions -- 1945-
Author Cohen, Don, 1946-
Feldstein, Lewis M.
LC no. 2003054220
ISBN 0743235460
Other Titles Restoring the American community