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Chapter Overview of the Study
Chapter A Profile of Five Cities
Macro And MicroCommunity and Health
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affirmative action alienation scale Angeles anomie scale Atlanta better economic conditions better education better housing Better Public Service black Americans black community Black Enterprise black population blacks in metropolitan Civil Rights Cleveland concern for macro-community correlation crime and drug crime/drug abuse David Stockman desegregation discrimination drug abuse educational attainment elected equal justice facing the black federal health services higher highest priority ranks Houston hypothesis Ibid individuals macro-community issues medium metropolitan Boston micro-community concerns National Urban League normlessness nt.iu.ip number of blacks occupational old neighborhood patterns percent police brutality political power power structure present neighborhood priority votes programs racial racism rank order Reagan Administration relationship reported respondents sample school desegregation sense of powerlessness significant social isolation social participation status suburban blacks suburbs tion U.S. Supreme Court unemployed unemployment urban blacks urban residents urgent concerns variables white friends