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Not in My Neighborhood: How Bigotry Shaped a Great American city

by Antero Pietila

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Baltimore is not usually a prominent part of the American urban narrative. It should be. In 1910 the city enacted the first law in American history that prohibited blacks from moving to white residential blocks, and vice versa. (p. x)
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