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Reynolds Farley

Farley interviewed on what's gone wrong in Detroit and how Michigan is dealing with it

a PSC In The News reference, 2013

"Detroit's Uneasy Relations With Michigan" - NPR. 08/10/2013.

Long before it declared bankruptcy, the city of Detroit had an uneasy relationship with the rest of the state of Michigan. Here Reynolds Farley, author of Detroit Divided, discusses Detroit's past and current position in state and why Detroit's problems are different from those of other cities facing economic uncertainty.

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Reynolds Farley

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