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Index Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations. abandonment of housing, 217, 225–26, 248 Abrams, Charles, 30 access to housing, 2, 3, 12–13, 38–39 Accetta, Anthony, 198 activism: contract buying and, 274n95; corporate assistance and, 62; credit availability and, 257; employment and, 63; of homeowners , 203–4, 205; housing conditions and, 25, 27–28; housing discrimination and, 15–16, 20, 78–79, 170; HUD and, 94; against MetLife, 69–72 Adams, Andre, 27 ADC. See Aid to Dependent Children advertising: on homeownership, 36; by JCUP, 73, 80, 81–82; targeting welfare recipients, 177, 179 AFDC. See Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) recipients affirmative actions, 102, 126, 131, 136, 161, 163, 219 affirmative marketing, 164, 288–89n133 African Americans: blame for housing conditions on, 28, 111, 176, 190–95, 208–9, 228; class relations in communities of, 122; demonization of, 4, 232–33, 236, 249; forging of urban communities by, 110–11; income and consumerism and, 38–39; as mortgage lenders, 49, 70; as political leaders, 76–77, 110, 212; in real estate industry, 71–72, 83, 110; urban migration of, 16, 29, 31, 32, 38, 63, 76. See also employment of African Americans ; women, Black Agnew, Eddie, 134 Aid to Dependent Children (ADC), 168, 177, 178. See also Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) recipients Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) recipients, 177, 178–82, 184–86, 187, 188, 196 AIREA. See American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers Allen, Robert, 62 Alsop, Stewart, 229, 230 Aluminum Company of America, 64 Amalgamated Cutters and Butcher Workmen , 70–71 American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers (AIREA), 9, 148–49, 286n65 American Life Convention, 66 Amsterdam News, 51 Appraisal of Real Estate, The (Babcock), 9–10 appraisals: AIREA and, 9, 148–49, 286n65; fee appraisers and, 151–53; fraud and corruption and, 172, 199–200, 202, 225, 290n23; housing conditions and, 146, 194; value and, 9, 142, 147–51, 286n65, 286n74 appreciation, home, 174, 260 Archdiocese of Buffalo, 123 area offices of HUD, 100 Ashley, Thomas L., 133 assembly lines, 104 Atlanta Daily World, 49 attitudes of HUD-­FHA employees, 54, 156–58 Atwater, Lee, 233 Babcock, Frederick M., 9–10 Banfield, Edward, 231 336 Index Bank of America, 62–63 banks. See financial institutions Baraka, Amiri, 211, 219 Barlett, Donald, 172, 205 Bates, Ted, 119 Beale, Orville, 75, 84, 85 Beecher Township, 116–17, 282n96 Better Communities Act, 222 Biondi, Martha, 69 Black, Hugo, 123 Black Awakening in Capitalist America (Allen), 62 Blackburn, Ben, 167 Black capitalism, 16, 77, 241 Black Enterprise, 240 Black Jack, Mo., 120, 129 Blacks. See African Americans; women, Black Black tax. See race tax blame: for economic issues, 237, 238–39; for housing conditions, 28, 111, 176, 190–95, 208–9, 228; for HUD programs problems, 130, 151, 163, 167–68, 176, 217; for urban problems, 173–74, 214, 228, 234 blockbusting, 48–49, 117, 223 block grants, 222, 245–46 Boggs, James and Grace Lee, 76 bombings: bank, 62–63; of Black homes in white neighborhoods, 78–79, 91–92 Bonastia, Christopher, 7 boycotts, 63, 68, 70–72, 237 Boyer, Brian, 171 Breslin, Jimmy, 26 Brown, Johnnie D., 207–8 Brownstein, Philip, 36, 86, 135, 136–37, 158 Brown v. Board of Education, 15, 37–38, 46, 242 budget deficits, 101 building codes, 105, 108, 180, 182 Business Week, 96, 238 busing to school, 242–43, 244 Califano, Joseph, 59 California, 34, 73, 122–23, 236 California Real Estate Association, 91 Camp, Jordan, 230 capitalism, Black, 16, 77, 241 Carmichael, Stokely, 50–51 Carter, Jimmy, 256–57 census accuracy, 245 Chase Manhattan Bank, 62, 64 Chicago: activism and protest in, 70–72, 73, 78–79, 114–15; contract sales in, 274n95; FHA program exclusion in, 35; fraud and corruption in, 169; housing in, 26–28, 49, 50, 52, 104, 134; income in, 39 Chicago Congress of Racial Equality, 70–71 Chicago Defender, 26–27 Chicago Tribune, 21, 51–52, 172, 176 Chisholm, Shirley, 195–96 choice: housing and, 78–79, 83, 125, 130, 131, 176–77, 240–41, 248; schools and, 242–43 Cicero, Ill., 114–15 Cincotta, Gail, 219 Cities Destroyed for Cash (Boyer), 171 citizenship and homeownership, 2, 8, 30–31, 209, 262 city core areas, 66, 79–80, 83, 84, 88, 278n108 “City Is the Black Man’s Land, The” (Boggs), 76 Civil Rights Act of 1964, 14–15, 124 Civil Rights Act of 1968. See Fair Housing Act of 1968 Civil Service Commission, 161–62...

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9781469653686
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9781469653662
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OCLC
1117339519
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368
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2019-09-21
Language
English
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