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...traces the history of desegregation in the city; discusses court decisions, legislation, Phase I, Phase II and the activities of the federal government in trying to promote integration; describes the role of state and local agencies in dealing with the problem; the organization and administration of these agencies is discussed as well as their racial and ethnic make-up; includes demographic data on neighborhoods compiled from the 1970 US census...