When Cities Closed Pools to Avoid Integration | JSTOR Daily
Cecilia Bodin de Moraes
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When Americans try to beat the heat in the summertime, many find they have no municipal pool in which to swim-the result of deliberate choices made decades ago by white residents who preferred no public pool at all to an integrated one. When American cities started building pools in the late nineteenth century, as geographer P.

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