The production of human living spaces operates largely within the confines of political economy. As such, myriad actors influence the economic and social character of places. And over time, places prove essentially dynamic. This paper considers the influence of political economy on the African American suburban experience during the second half of the twentieth century, focusing specifically on Park Forest, Illinois.
"Integrating the Suburbs: A Park Forest Case Study,"
Cities in the 21st Century:
1, Article 4.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.macalester.edu/cities/vol2/iss1/4