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Volume 23, Number 1, Spring 2001

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Which Came First? Toxic Facilities, Minority Move-In, and Environmental Justice
pp. 1-21(21)
Authors: Pastor, Manuel; Sadd, Jim; Hipp, John

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Tourism in US Global Cities: A Comparison of New York and Los Angeles
pp. 23-40(18)
Authors: Gladstone, David L.; Fainstein, Susan S.

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Minority Business Access to Mainstream Markets
pp. 41-56(16)
Author: Bates, Timothy

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Factors Related to Self-Sufficiency in a Distressed Public Housing Community
pp. 57-69(13)
Authors: van Ryzin, Gregg; Ronda, Michelle; Muzzio, Douglas

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Historic Preservation Policy and Regime Politics in Atlanta
pp. 71-86(16)
Author: Newman, Harvey K.

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The Paradox Between Community and Self-Interest: Local Government, Neighborhoods, and Media
pp. 87-102(16)
Authors: Glaser, Mark A.; Parker, Lee E.; Payton, Stephanie

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Book Reviews
pp. 103-112(10)

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