Professor McGee discusses Chester McGuire's comprehensive, provocative and good-humored assessment of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (HCDA). McGuire suggests both ominous and benign trends in the shift of political power and allocation of material resources in the United States. In analyzing the McGuire’s assessment of the HCDA, Professor McGee addresses how the act affects minority groups, particularly Black Americans.
Power(lessness) and Dispersion: Comments on Chester McGuire's The Urban Development Act of 1974, Community Development Funds and Black Economic Problems, 5 BLACK L.J. 39