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American metropolitan areas today are divided into neighborhoods of privilege and poverty, often along lines of ethnicity and race. City residents traveling through these neighborhoods move from feeling at home to feeling like tourists to feeling so out of place they fear for their security. As Gerald Frug shows, this divided and innospitable urban landscape is the product of government policies - and, in particular, the policies embedded in legal rules. He presents the first-ever analysis of how these rules shape modern cities and outlines a set of alternatives to bring down the walls that now keep city dwellers apart.