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    A Dream Foreclosed

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    As Tom Dispatch wrote today, “Gottesdiener’s new book, A Dream Foreclosed: Black America and the Fight for a Place to Call Home, is a people’s history of the financial crisis that jolted this country and has never ended.  It has been hailed by Naomi Klein as ‘riveting’ and Noam Chomsky as a ‘most valuable study… with historical depth and analytical insight.’”

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