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Redlining Cities: How Banks Color Community Development, Peter Dreier Nov 1991

Redlining Cities: How Banks Color Community Development, Peter Dreier

UEP Faculty & UEPI Staff Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Redistricting Law And Minority Rights, Chester Smolski Oct 1991

Redistricting Law And Minority Rights, Chester Smolski

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"It has been referred to as "probably the most important civil rights law on the books," and the results of that legislation are most impressive. But more importantly, the Voting Rights Act promises to have an even greater influence in the coming decade."


Census: To Recount Or Not To Recount?, Chester Smolski Jun 1991

Census: To Recount Or Not To Recount?, Chester Smolski

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"Whether to adjust or not to adjust, that is the critical question facing the US Census Bureau in the next six weeks, when it decides if it is necessary to make some type of accommodation in the figures form the April 1, 1990, census count.

Deemed "not the best census ever" by the New York Times, the count, as detailed by an embarrassed Census Bureau, missed between four and six million of the country's residents, an undercount even greater than that of 1980. Sadly, more than one half of the undercount included blacks or Hispanics, a population that needs ...


Scapegoating Rent Control: Masking The Causes Of Homelessness, Richard Appelbaum, Michael Dolny, Peter Dreier, John Gilderbloom Apr 1991

Scapegoating Rent Control: Masking The Causes Of Homelessness, Richard Appelbaum, Michael Dolny, Peter Dreier, John Gilderbloom

UEP Faculty & UEPI Staff Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Downtown Development And Urban Reform: The Politics Of Boston's Linkage Policy, Peter Dreier, Bruce Erlich Mar 1991

Downtown Development And Urban Reform: The Politics Of Boston's Linkage Policy, Peter Dreier, Bruce Erlich

UEP Faculty & UEPI Staff Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Census Numbers May Mean Money To Cities, Chester Smolski Feb 1991

Census Numbers May Mean Money To Cities, Chester Smolski

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"It looks like we're nearly there. The results of America's most costly census have been announced and many cities and states are not happy with them. A possible adjustment of figures will likely do little to placate them."