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Judd and Swanstrom argue that federal urban renewal and home financing proposals lead to racial concentration in the cities and to a lack of racial diversity in the suburbs. Thus, federal urban policy for 25 years after World War II was a failure. Do you agree or disagree? Support your answer with evidence (2 pages)The next questions can be answered in two paragraphs each.1. What are the root causes of competition between cities and the root causes of conflict within cities?2. Briefly describe the management and electoral reforms used to enact the four principals of reform.3. What were the causes of the suburban exodus in the 20th century (the calculus of the suburbs) and which groups were excluded from that exodus.4. What has been the nature of the urban agenda under the presidencies of Bill Clinton, George W Bush and Barack Obama?

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