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How Bushwick Fought To Rebuild Itself After The 1977 Blackout

This week, Gothamist is running excerpts from The Brooklyn Wars, a new book from journalist Neil deMause about the social, economic, and political forces that have radically reshaped Brooklyn over the past four decades. This five-part series traces the story of Bushwick from the 1970s to the present day. (Here's part one: How The 1977 Blackout Was Bushwick's Grimmest Moment.) [ more › ]
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