How Integrated Did We Become During the 1990s?

Ellen, I.G.
Fragile Rights in Cities. edited by John M. Goering, Rowman and Littlefield.

How fair are this country's urban housing markets and how effective has the government been at what it is charged to do in ensuring open and diverse housing options for this country's minority groups? Fragile Rights within Cities: Government, Housing, and Fairness offers a rich, multi-disciplinary assessment of the complex interface of housing, fairness, and government programs aimed at enforcing one of this nation's hallmark civil rights laws - the right to fair and open housing.

Wagner Faculty