Journal of Housing Research, Volume 4, Issue 1

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Office of Housing Policy Research, Fannie Mae, 1993 - Housing
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Page 1 - The City of Detroit is a community generally divided by racial lines. Residential segregation within the city and throughout the larger metropolitan area is substantial, pervasive and of long standing. Black citizens are located in separate and distinct areas within the city and are not generally to be found in the suburbs. While the racially unrestricted choice of black persons and economic factors may have played some part in the development of this pattern of residential segregation, it is, in...
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