Detroit: Origins of the Urban Crisis Revisited

24 November, by Andrew Newman
The recent reprint of Sugrue’s classic history of Detroit’s urban crisis highlights the roots of the city’s present situation. Andrew Newman discusses how racialized policies and animosities dating back to the industrialization period are relevant to today’s urban conflicts, introducing new themes of environmental justice and the dilemma of African-American political institutionalization. lire la suite
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