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Theoretical Overview In a capitalist economy, inequality is tied closely to income. Less income inherently results in poverty and marginalization. Concentrated racial groups often experience poverty in urban areas and efforts to explain segregation as the cause of poverty are common (Massey, 1990; Quillian, 2012). Poverty and segregation do not necessarily cause individuals to be…

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