Arnold R Hirsch
|注意：||Originally published 1983 in the series "Interdisciplinary perspectives on modern history," edited by Robert Fogel and Stephan Thernstrom, Cambridge University Press.|
|描述：||xix, 362 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.|
|内容：||1. The second ghetto and the dynamics of neighborhood change --
2. An era of hidden violence --
3. Friends, neighbors, and rioters --
4. The Loop versus the slums: downtown strikes back --
5. A neighborhood on a hill: Hyde Park and the University of Chicago --
6. Divided we stand: white unity and the color line at midcentury --
7. Making the second ghetto --
Epilogue: Chicago and the nation.
|丛书名：||Historical studies of urban America.|
|责任：||Arnold R. Hirsch.|
"Arnold Hirsch argues that in the postdepression years Chicago was a "pioneer in developing concepts and devices" for housing segregation and that the legal framework for the national urban renewal effort was forged in the heat generated by the racial struggles on Chicago's South Side. In chronicling the strategies used by ethnic, political, and business interests threatened by the great migration of southern blacks in the 1940s, Hirsch reveals how the violent reaction of an emergent "white" population combined with public policy to segregate the city."--Jacket.
- African Americans -- Housing -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History.
- Housing policy -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History.
- Discrimination in housing -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History.
- Chicago (Ill.) -- Race relations -- History.
- African Americans -- Housing.
- Discrimination in housing.
- Housing policy.
- Race relations.
- Illinois -- Chicago.