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The enduring impact of President Johnson’s Crime Commission.
Cities are now playgrounds for the rich, with the poor forced into suburbs.
Claude S. Fischer
Bad police were not simply a symptom of racism. They were often its agents.
The 1968 Kerner report concluded that white racism was to blame for race riots.
Julian E. Zelizer
Boston’s concrete modernist architecture is unsurpassed and widely despised.
Can Julián Castro stop HUD's demolition of public housing?
Edward G. Goetz
Thanks to the teleférico, tourists can comfortably gawk at Brazil's poor.
A wheeling book of aspirations and frustrations, London: A History in Verse offers us a literary treasury: a record of the city, a roll of its events.
The never-ending budget crises of American cities are claiming another victim: public transit.
An Interview with David Harvey
David Harvey, David V. Johnson
Segregation Is Still a Problem in the United States
Ryan D. Enos
Reflections on democratic yearnings in Iran
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