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A press release for Baltimore banks urging them to take a position billions extra to assist Black and Latin American companies and households COMMENT – Baltimore Solar.

And I'm not about to give a history lesson here by walking across the ground – the loss of jobs in industry and trade unions, the white flight, the erosion of the tax base, the concentration of poverty – that has changed over the years in numerous columns have been covered. But I will recommend three books: "Baltimore: A Political History" by Johns Hopkins Professor Emeritus Matthew Crenson; "Not in My Neighborhood: How Bigotry Shaped a Great American City," by former Sun colleague Antero Pietila; and new this year, "The Black Butterfly: The Harmful Policies of Race and Space in America," by Lawrence T. Brown, former associate professor at Morgan State University.

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