The Slaughter of Cities: Urban Renewal as Ethnic Cleansing

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St. Augustine's Press, 2004 - History - 668 pages
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The incredible story of the abject failure of urban renewal in the East and Midwest during the 1930s through 1970s has been told many times before, but this is the first book that not only chronicles the failures but offers an explanation for same. He shows that what began as the World War II inteliigence community's attempt to solve America's "nationalities problem" and provide workers for the nation's war industries degenerated by the early post-war period into full-blown ethnic cleansing.

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E. Michael Jones is a magazine editor, lecturer, and writer, and has been a leading social critic for over two decades. He has written over a dozen books, including "Degenerate Moderns, Monsters From the Id," and "The Slaughter of Cities. "Igor R. Shafarevich is a Russian mathematician and is the author of "The Socialist Phenomenon" and "The Three Thousand Year Old Mystery.

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