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Robert Caro, journalist, discusses his book, "The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York." Caro talks about Robert Moses and the power he had over New York for 44 years. He talks about parks, bridges, highways, and housing that Moses built as he challenged mayors, governors, and the working class. He also talks about the as he displaced 20 neighborhoods he broke up and the segregation that Moses caused in New York City.
The discussion of discrimination in metropolitan Chicago continues with Jan Hestor, Curtiss Brooks and Dr. Philip Hauser talking about bigotry, prejudices, open occupancy and education. Included in this part of the interview is an excerpt of 17 year-old Jimmy talking about how his grandmother would rather work than be on welfare.
Interviewing booksellers Hendaseyd Buchanan and Miss Dillon while Studs was in England. They discuss life in London, England and Scotland, their bookshops, and book selling.
Interviewing Gale Cincotta, a co-author of the book "Urban Disinvestment: New Implications for Community Organization, Research, and Public Policy." Cincotta is an expert on discrimination in mortgage loans and its effects in Chicago and other cities.
Discussion about the homeless with a panel of guests