“Second Ghetto” or Surrogate Suburb? Black Mobility in the Twentieth-Century Outer City
You can squeeze ’em in the ghetto,
An’ with written covenant,
Make ’em live in teeming hovels
Where they pay excessive rent.
You can threaten banks an’ bankers
An’ make money hard to get,
But there’ll always be some fishes
Who escape the jim-crow net....
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