Around and Around We Go

“At first the rule was overt, as Southern cities like Baltimore and Louisville enacted laws that mandated residential racial segregation. Such laws were eventually invalidated by the Supreme Court, but later measures achieved the same effect by more subtle means.” (If you consider your ridiculously long commute subtle.) NYT: What does a traffic jam in Atlanta have to do with segregation? Quite a lot. (And it’s not just Atlanta.)

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