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“They’re Going to Be Bused, Whether You Like it or Not”: Urban Whites and the Surprising Origins of Metropolitan School Desegregation

by guest contributor Michael Savage In the United States, segregated metropolitan areas are a national phenomenon, with heavily minority inner-cities typically ringed by much wealthier and predominantly white autonomous suburbs. According to 24/7 Wall St., America’s three most segregated cities… Continue Reading →

Solidarity, Fragmentation, and Welfare

by contributing editor Daniel London

Coming to Agreement: The State of Urban Public Life in American History

by contributing editor Daniel London

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