Examines the trajectory of low-income neighborhoods in Chicago according to economic, housing, racial, and immigrant characteristics, finding that low-income communities closest to downtown enjoyed the most significant gains.
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Title: Understanding Community Change: A Look at Low-Income Chicago Neighborhoods in the 1990s
Publication date 2005-02-01
Publication Year 2005
North America / United States (Midwestern) / Illinois / Cook County / Chicago
, community areas
, urban america
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