History and implications of racial segregations in post-WWII American cities. Explains the dynamics that created overwhelmingly white suburban areas and restricted people of color to decaying urban cores. Our doughnut cities are no accident. Government aided the many at the expense of the few. Our public policies reinforced racist attitudes, reaffirming and reinventing American whiteness.
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