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"Offers evidence that the phenomenon of American gentrification has much earlier historical roots than many believe, and argues that a more thorough understanding of this history has implications for how we should think about impoverished communities, "obsolete" structures, and urban neighborhoods going forward."--

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"Offers evidence that the phenomenon of American gentrification has much earlier historical roots than many believe, and argues that a more thorough understanding of this history has implications for how we should think about impoverished communities, "obsolete" structures, and urban neighborhoods going forward."--
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Dennis E. Gale is Emeritus Professor of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University and has taught in the Urban Studies and Public Policy programs at Stanford University since 2010. He is the author of several books including Greater New Jersey: Living in the Shadow of Gotham and Understanding Urban Unrest: From Reverend King to Rodney King.