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White escape from the cities

- The increasing proportion of immigrants in Dutch cities can only be explained by white flight, says Professor Jack Burgers.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

It was a city tailored for unskilled labor. Rotterdam, with its industry and shipping. In the 1960s and 70s, guest workers poured in from Turkey and Morocco. But then, a few years later, the process of deindustrialization began. It was, like so many other places in Europe, a painful restructuring from a traditional industrial base to more service-oriented professions. There was a new division of labor, and the immigrants lost their jobs.

- Rotterdam can in many ways be compared to Detroit in the USA and Manchester-Liverpool. . .

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