Blacks and Cubans in Metropolitan Miami's Changing Economy

@inproceedings{Rose1988BlacksAC,
  title={Blacks and Cubans in Metropolitan Miami's Changing Economy},
  author={Harold Milton Rose},
  year={1988}
}
The exponential growth in selected Sunbelt cities since 1960 is now well documented, and metropolitan Miami is recognized as one of the acknowledged targets of Sunbelt growth and development. What is less often acknowledged, is the impact of the transformation of such places on segments of the residential population. In this paper, primary attention will be directed at two subpopulations -- Blacks and Cubans residing in metropolitan Miami just prior to the takeoff era. At the time of takeoff… CONTINUE READING

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