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Rochdale Village : Robert Moses, 6,000 families, and New York City's great experiment in integrated housing

Author: Peter R Eisenstadt
Publisher: Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 2010.
Series: American institutions and society.
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Named Person: Robert Moses
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter R Eisenstadt
ISBN: 9780801448782 0801448786
OCLC Number: 611966220
Description: xi, 323 p. : ill., map ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction : when Black and White lived together --
The utopian : Abraham Kazan --
The anti-utopian : Robert Moses --
The birth of a suburb, the growth of a ghetto --
From horses to housing --
Robert Moses and his path to integration --
The fight at the construction site --
Creating community --
Integrated living --
Going to school --
The great fear and the high-crime era --
The 1968 teachers' strike and the implosion of integration --
As integration ebbed --
The trouble with the Teamsters --
Epilogue : looking backward.
Series Title: American institutions and society.
Responsibility: Peter Eisenstadt.

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