The Failures of Integration: How Race and Class are Undermining the American Dream

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PublicAffairs, 2004 - History - 391 pages
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"On May 17, 1954, the Supreme Court unanimously declared that separate educational facilities for blacks and whites are inherently ""unequal"" and, as such, violate the 14th Amendment."
  

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Our society is rigidly segregated by race and class, Cashin writes, but that is not inevitable. She suggests public policies that would promote integration. It starts with a vision of a ... Read full review

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Our society is rigidly segregated by race and class, Cashin writes, but that is not inevitable. She suggests public policies that would promote integration. It starts with a vision of a ... Read full review

Contents

Wont You Not Be My Neighbor? Race and Housing
3
Racially Integrated
39
Institutionalized Separatism
83
PART
90
The Dilemma of the Black Middle Class
127
The Costs and Benefits
167
Separate and Unequal
202
The Cost of the Ghetto
237
Loggerhead Politics
263
What to Do About It
289
Acknowledgments
333
Index
383
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Sheryll Cashin was born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama, where her parents were political activists. She was a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and served in the Clinton White House as an advisor on urban and economic policy. A Professor of Law at Georgetown University, she is a frequent television commentator on law, politics, and race relations.

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