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Author Sander, Richard Henry, 1956-
Title Moving toward integration : the past and future of fair housing / Richard H. Sander, Yana A. Kucheva, Jonathan M. Zasloff.
Publisher Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England : Harvard University Press, 2018.



Descript 1 online resource (xvii, 587 pages)
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Contents Part I. The core of the American dilemma: Southern black urbanism and the origins of fair housing, 1865-1917 -- The ghetto, 1918-1940 -- Shelley V. Kraemer and the rise of blockbusting, 1940-1959 -- Public housing, federal urban policies, and the underclass, 1937-1962 -- The creation of fair housing statutes, 1959-1968 -- Part II. The impact of fair housing law and the critical decade, 1970-1980: Implementation of the Fair Housing act, 1968-1975 -- Black pioneers in the 1970s and the segregation puzzle -- Tipping versus integration: a delicate balance? -- To leap a moving wall: the inversion of the dual housing market, 1970-1980 -- Part III. The second generation of fair housing, 1975-2000: Exclusionary zoning and structural segregation -- Fair lending, redlining, and black homeownership, 1970-2000 -- The ethnic mosaic: shifting from two races to many -- The expansion of federal fair housing law, 1988-1995 -- The slowing of neighborhood racial transition, 1980-2010 -- The reformation of assisted housing programs, 1968-2000 -- Part IV. The twenty-first century -- The effects of segregation -- The effect of diversity on integration -- Gentrification and the evolution of white demand -- The mortgage crisis and the great recession -- Implications of urban integration and segregation in the twenty-first century -- Part V. Solutions: A portfolio of integration strategies -- Race to the top -- The politics of integration.
ISBN 9780674919891 (e-book)
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Author Sander, Richard Henry, 1956-
Subject Discrimination in housing -- United States -- History.
Blacks -- Segregation -- United States -- History.
United States -- Race relations.
Alt author Kucheva, Yana A.,
Zasloff, Jonathan M.,
Descript 1 online resource (xvii, 587 pages)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Part I. The core of the American dilemma: Southern black urbanism and the origins of fair housing, 1865-1917 -- The ghetto, 1918-1940 -- Shelley V. Kraemer and the rise of blockbusting, 1940-1959 -- Public housing, federal urban policies, and the underclass, 1937-1962 -- The creation of fair housing statutes, 1959-1968 -- Part II. The impact of fair housing law and the critical decade, 1970-1980: Implementation of the Fair Housing act, 1968-1975 -- Black pioneers in the 1970s and the segregation puzzle -- Tipping versus integration: a delicate balance? -- To leap a moving wall: the inversion of the dual housing market, 1970-1980 -- Part III. The second generation of fair housing, 1975-2000: Exclusionary zoning and structural segregation -- Fair lending, redlining, and black homeownership, 1970-2000 -- The ethnic mosaic: shifting from two races to many -- The expansion of federal fair housing law, 1988-1995 -- The slowing of neighborhood racial transition, 1980-2010 -- The reformation of assisted housing programs, 1968-2000 -- Part IV. The twenty-first century -- The effects of segregation -- The effect of diversity on integration -- Gentrification and the evolution of white demand -- The mortgage crisis and the great recession -- Implications of urban integration and segregation in the twenty-first century -- Part V. Solutions: A portfolio of integration strategies -- Race to the top -- The politics of integration.
ISBN 9780674919891 (e-book)
Author Sander, Richard Henry, 1956-
Subject Discrimination in housing -- United States -- History.
Blacks -- Segregation -- United States -- History.
United States -- Race relations.
Alt author Kucheva, Yana A.,
Zasloff, Jonathan M.,

Subject Discrimination in housing -- United States -- History.
Blacks -- Segregation -- United States -- History.
United States -- Race relations.
Descript 1 online resource (xvii, 587 pages)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Part I. The core of the American dilemma: Southern black urbanism and the origins of fair housing, 1865-1917 -- The ghetto, 1918-1940 -- Shelley V. Kraemer and the rise of blockbusting, 1940-1959 -- Public housing, federal urban policies, and the underclass, 1937-1962 -- The creation of fair housing statutes, 1959-1968 -- Part II. The impact of fair housing law and the critical decade, 1970-1980: Implementation of the Fair Housing act, 1968-1975 -- Black pioneers in the 1970s and the segregation puzzle -- Tipping versus integration: a delicate balance? -- To leap a moving wall: the inversion of the dual housing market, 1970-1980 -- Part III. The second generation of fair housing, 1975-2000: Exclusionary zoning and structural segregation -- Fair lending, redlining, and black homeownership, 1970-2000 -- The ethnic mosaic: shifting from two races to many -- The expansion of federal fair housing law, 1988-1995 -- The slowing of neighborhood racial transition, 1980-2010 -- The reformation of assisted housing programs, 1968-2000 -- Part IV. The twenty-first century -- The effects of segregation -- The effect of diversity on integration -- Gentrification and the evolution of white demand -- The mortgage crisis and the great recession -- Implications of urban integration and segregation in the twenty-first century -- Part V. Solutions: A portfolio of integration strategies -- Race to the top -- The politics of integration.
Alt author Kucheva, Yana A.,
Zasloff, Jonathan M.,
ISBN 9780674919891 (e-book)

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