Kenneth J. Cooper

University of Massachusetts

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Freelance journalist and Editor of the Trotter Review, a journal on black studies and race relations, at the University of Massachusetts

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Detroit, New York and Boston are very different cities with something in common: local politics are undergoing historic change.

As Washington Looks the Other Way, Are Big Cities on Their Own?

Detroit, New York and Boston are very different cities with something in common: local politics are undergoing historic change.

from To the Point

Detroit, New York and Boston are very different cities with something in common: local politics are undergoing historic change.

As Washington Looks the Other Way, Are Big Cities on Their Own?

Detroit, New York and Boston are very different cities with something in common: local politics are undergoing historic change.

from To the Point

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