Colored Property State Policy and White Racial Politics in Suburban America
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Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 5/15/2010
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|The New Politics of Race and Property|
|The Political Economy of Suburban Development and the Race of Economic Value, 1910-1970|
|Local Control and the Rights of Property: The Politics of Incorporation, Zoning, and Race before 1940|
|Financing Suburban Growth: Federal Policy and the Birth of a Racialized Market for Homes, 1930-1940|
|Putting Private Capital Back to Work: The Logic of Federal Intervention, 1930-1940|
|A Free Market for Housing: Policy, Growth, and Exclusion in Suburbia, 1940-1970|
|Race and Development in Metropolitan Detroit, 1940-1970|
|Defending and Defining the New Neighborhood: The Politics of Exclusion in Royal Oak, 1940-1955|
|Saying Race Out Loud: The Politics of Exclusion in Dearborn, 1940-1955|
|The National Is Local: Race and Development in an Era of Civil Rights Protest, 1955-1964|
|Colored Property and White Backlash|