oneers" for a dwindling supply of decent and affordable housing. Sagging housing construction, scarce mortgage money, high interest rates, spiraling energy costs, and soaring utility rates and transportation costs make housing in close-in black neighborhoods even more attractive. The question that remains in the 1980s is plain and simple: Will blacks be able to preserve and reclaim their neighborhoods?
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