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The Color of Law

a Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America
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Presents a history of the modern American city, arguing that local, state, and federal governments reinforced neighborhood segregation with racial zoning, public housing that segregated previously mixed communities, and offering subsidies and tax-exemptions to businesses and institutions who endorced segregation.

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