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There goes the neighborhood : racial, ethnic, and class tensions in four Chicago neighborhoods and their meaning for America

Author: William J Wilson; Richard P Taub
Publisher: New York : Vintage Books, 2007, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Vintage books edView all editions and formats
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Using first-person narratives and interviews throughout, There Goes the Neighborhood gives voice to attitudes and realities few Americans are willing to look at. Their findings lay bare a disturbing and incontrovertible truth: that the American dream of racial integration, forty-two years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act, still eludes us and, in fact, may not happen in the foreseeable future. The authors  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William J Wilson; Richard P Taub
ISBN: 9780679724186 0679724184
OCLC Number: 180945581
Description: viii, 228 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Contents: Race and neighborhood social organization --
Beltway : a predominantly white community at the city's edge --
Dover : a mixed ethnic community in transition --
Archer Park : a taste of Mexico in Chicago --
Groveland : a stable African American community --
Neighborhood racial conflict and social policy dilemmas.
Responsibility: William Julius Wilson and Richard P. Taub.

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Using first-person narratives and interviews throughout, There Goes the Neighborhood gives voice to attitudes and realities few Americans are willing to look at. Their findings lay bare a disturbing and incontrovertible truth: that the American dream of racial integration, forty-two years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act, still eludes us and, in fact, may not happen in the foreseeable future. The authors examine the ways in which forces that contribute to strong neighborhoods work against the idea of integration. They explain why residents of neighborhoods with weak social organizations often choose to move rather than confront unwanted ethnic or racial change. Finally, the authors make clear that the racial and ethnic tensions that have become all but inherent to urban neighborhoods have urgent implications for Americans at every level of society.

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