Dream city: race, power, and the decline of Washington, Part 3

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Simon & Schuster, 1994 - History - 352 pages
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Arguing that citizens of Washington, D.C., live without basic American rights, two respected Washington journalists show how the country's capital contains huge and often vicious contradictions and devastating race, class, and power problems.

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Review: Dream City: Race, Power, and the Decline of Washington, DC

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I am publishing a chapter-by-chapter summary of this book every Friday at ”Cheater's Guide to “Dream City”. Meanwhile, I'm also publishing a blog about hyper-local politics in downtown Washington, DC ... Read full review

Review: Dream City: Race, Power, and the Decline of Washington, DC

User Review  - Lauren - Goodreads

A very entertaining read, and a look into the not-so-secret life of the Mayor for Life. I wish there was a sequel to cover the 20 years since the book was published. I understand there is a new afterword in the Kindle edition, but that won't be substantial. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
13
Parliament of Racists It 2 Roots of Anger
32
Pride
52
Copyright

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