Managing a vastly diverse population, often stratified by economic status, education, culture, language, ideology, and political party, is no picnic. It never has been, nor is it likely to be. Managing Urban America has become the standard guide offering sage advice as to how to approach the formidable task. In a comprehensive, balanced manner, the authors discuss a wide range of structural, financial, and political problems confronting today s urban managers. They also review the successes and failures of policies aimed at solving those problems. In an era of tough budget choices this book is written with the practical urban public official in mind.Morgan, David R. is the author of 'Managing Urban America', published 1995 under ISBN 9781566430197 and ISBN 1566430194.