Segregation by Design

Segregation by Design

Local Politics and Inequality in American Cities

Cambridge University Press

11/2018

282

Dura

Inglês

9781108429955

15 a 20 dias

520

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1. Introduction; 2. A theory of segregation by design; 3. Protecting investments: segregation and the development of the metropolis; 4. Engineering enclaves: how local governments produce segregation; 5. Living on the wrong side of the tracks: inequality in public goods provision, 1900-1940; 6. Cracks in the foundation: losing control over protected neighborhoods; 7. Segregation's negative consequences; 8. Locking in segregation through suburban control; 9. The polarized nation that segregation built; 10. Concluding thoughts and new designs; References; Index.