The Color of Law, written by Richard Rothstein, has been described as the “powerful and disturbing history” of how American governments deliberately imposed racial segregation on metropolitan areas nationwide. He helps us understand twentieth-century urban history. A history that provides insight as to why our cities are still facing residential issues today.
When the government created segregated housing systems, did they think it would persist much through the 20th century? What obstacles did blacks face in the Jim Crow era when they were buying a house?
The Color of Law, written by Richard Rothstein
The Road Not Taken, written by Stephen Menendian and Richard Rothstein
From Ferguson to Baltimore, written by Richard Rothstein
Black History and Liberty, written by Jonathan Blanks
Looking Back to Look Forward: Blacks, Liberty, and the State, written by Jonathan Blanks
Why Aren’t There More Black Libertarians?, Free Thoughts Podcast
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