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Race Policy in Three American Cities
By Lino A. Graglia
This article appeared in the Summer 1999 issue of The Independent Review


Abstract

In her recent book, Someone Else’s House: America’s Unfinished Struggle for Integration, Tamar Jacoby examines the cases of New York, Detroit and Atlanta to explain how race relations reached their present dangerous state. Raced-based policies, she argues, have increased racial consciousness, separatism, resentment, and strife.





Volume 4 Number 1
Summer 1999

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