Public Policy for Suburban Integration...The Case for New Communities

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In this Article we examine the integration experience of one type of suburban community - new communities developed from the ground up - to determine whether integration has been beneficial to blacks and low- and moderate-income households, whether it is acceptable to the affluent white majority, and whether new community development is a desirable means of fostering integration.

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Housing, City planning, Segregation

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Raymond J. Burby Jr. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Shirley F. Weiss (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

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