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New Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts exhibition captures images of Camden's past and its future

As Cyril Reade explains, the story of Camden?s transformation is a complex one. Like many northeastern American cities, he notes, the city experienced the decline of its traditional manufacturing base and the ensuing departure of its residents to the surrounding suburbs. However, adds Reade, a new chapter has only just begun. ?Today, Camden is attracting new industries,? says Reade, director of the Rutgers?Camden Center for the Arts.
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