How Residential Segregation Looked in the South

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daily.jstor.org - During the 1960s, the conventional measure of residential segregation pointed to what seemed like a counterintuitive fact of life in cities in the American South. Blacks and whites lived much closer …Tweeted by @PaulSchadewald1 https://twitter.com/PaulSchadewald1/status/1281573670394007554

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