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3058-029-Final pass-AH06_Troutt.indd
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323 Localism and Segregation David D. Troutt Introduction In the decade before and after the Supreme Court’s decision in Brown v. Board of Education, 1 de jure segregation, the system of racially identified space, coalesced with formal land use planning to institutionalize de facto segregation in the city and suburbs of New Orleans, notwithstanding some of the most considerable early antisegregation forces in the nation’s history. Although the actual geographic fault lines changed over time, the...

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