The concluding chapter demonstrates that debates over vice in the Detroit-Windsor border region are not simply a thing of the past, but still continue to inform the relationship between residents living on each side of the border today. It discusses the impact of the 1967 riot in Detroit, and how vice was blamed as a key component of this uprising. This chapter provides a final summary of the arguments made throughout the book, linking them to contemporary discussions about moral order and the place of vice in the border cities of the twenty-first century.
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