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Response to Kind of Blue (Reply #12)

Tue Oct 27, 2015, 01:33 AM

16. the danger is that the segregation was able to continue after redlining and covenants

were attacked: even Proposition 13 in CA was expressly targeted at keeping "certain areas" free of "certain people" (while Jarvis could play himself as the savior of the middle class)

and with the costly new post-1980 homes targeted at Reagan's new gentry, the process continued: you had to be in the more yuppie casino classes for these neighborhoods; the "green lines" were as effective keeping the "certain people" out, and impossible to undo in the courts

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