Separate societies : poverty and inequality in U.S. cities
Focusing on the reality of separation - social segmentation, economic inequality, and geographic isolation, the authors examine the presence and persistence of urban poverty, the transformation of national industry into a global economy, and the dilemmas of local reform.
Print Book, English, 1992
Temple University Press, Philadelphia, 1992
xviii, 247 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
9780877229322, 9780877229339, 0877229325, 0877229333
Separate status: top-down economics and bottom-up politics
Separate assets: race, gender, and other dimensions of poverty
Separate opportunities: the international dimensions of American poverty
Separate places: the changing shape of the American metropolis
Rebuilding the American city