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February 22, 1993 | JUDY PASTERNAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
South Shore is not the slum it once seemed meant to be. Two decades ago, this part of town, nine miles south of the downtown Loop, suffered from a full-blown case of white flight. In a too-familiar cycle, absentee landlords let their buildings fall--no, plunge--into disrepair; boarded-up windows, gang graffiti and litter spread from block to block. Now South Shore's vital signs are better, if uneven.
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February 22, 1993 | JUDY PASTERNAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
South Shore is not the slum it once seemed meant to be. Two decades ago, this part of town, nine miles south of the downtown Loop, suffered from a full-blown case of white flight. In a too-familiar cycle, absentee landlords let their buildings fall--no, plunge--into disrepair; boarded-up windows, gang graffiti and litter spread from block to block. Now South Shore's vital signs are better, if uneven.
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May 9, 1993 | Bruce Shenitz, Bruce Shenitz writes for Newsweek
In the last few years, the term Third World has sometimes become a synonym for American decline. But with the shift of global division from east- west to north-south, maybe it's time to ask not what we can do for the Third World, but what it can do for us. While many insist that the rest of the world is becoming increasingly Americanized, America is, in some ways, becoming more like the rest of the world.
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January 10, 1994 | RONALD BROWNSTEIN, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
Increasing the flow of private investment to America's inner cities is emerging as the cornerstone of the Clinton Administration's strategy for revitalizing depressed urban centers. Across the government, at least half a dozen major initiatives are being pursued with a common objective of attracting more capital from banks, pension funds, insurance companies and private businesses.
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December 14, 1992 | Associated Press
Here is the list of participants for the economic conference: Paul Allaire, Xerox Corp., Stamford, Conn; Robert Allen, AT&T, Basking Ridge, N.J.; Edwin L. Artzt, Procter & Gamble Co., Cincinnati; Clarence Avant, Tabu Productions Inc., Los Angeles Mike Bailin, Public-Private Ventures, Philadelphia; Zoe Baird, Aetna Life Insurance, Hartford, Conn.; Dennis Bakke, Applied Energy Services Corp., Arlington, Va.; Jill Barad, Mattel Co., El Segundo, Calif.; Dave Barram, Apple Computer Inc.
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