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Chapter One ECONOMICS AND THE GHETTO
Chapter Two INCOME AND POVERTY
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1968 Washington 90th Congress American amount average capital Census tracts cent centers chapter choice consumers consumption costs defined discrimination districts dollar earnings economic economist Engel's law example exist fami family income federal firms Gary Becker ghetto areas ghetto housing ghetto residents higher household housing tenure housing units income class income distribution industry inner city investment labor force less living Lorenz curve low-income means median income ment metropolitan Metropolitan Statistical Areas minimum mobile homes mother National Negro neighborhood nomic nonwhite occupations output owners payments percentage population poverty areas problems production programs racial rent require segregation SMSA SMSA's social spend standards Stuyvesant Town suburban suburbs sumers survey tion U.S. Department U.S. Government Printing urban Washington welfare white families women workers