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The Metropolis in Black and White: Place, Power and Polarization

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The Metropolis in Black and White: Place, Power and Polarization - Galster, George C (Editor), and Hill, Edward W (Editor)
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The Metropolis in Black and White highlights a stark fact: America's metropolitan areas are more polarized along racial lines than at any time since the mid-1960s. Though urban areas have become multicultural, the editors argue that black-white racial differences will outlast ethnic differences in metropolitan America and that the race issue in most urban areas is perceived as a black-white one. Galster and Hill perceive that the theme of place, power, and polarization is most powerful when blacks and whites are contrasted. ...

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The Metropolis in Black and White: Place, Power and Polarization 1992, Taylor & Francis, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780882851396

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The Metropolis in Black and White: Place, Power and Polarization 1992, Routledge, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780882851389

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