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Chapter 9. Cities in the Cold War Era, 1952–1989
Chapter 9. Cities in the Cold War Era, 1952–1989

The period 1952 to 1989 begins with the Cold War and ends with the fall of the Soviet Union, during which time the United States became a suburban nation; a president, his brother, and the country's most influential civil rights leader were all assassinated; thousands of riots erupted in cities across the country; and the government committed ...

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