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Segregation Explained 

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To the editors:

Chicago is a segregated city [August 30], in some part, because minority office seekers would have a difficult time getting elected with potential constituents scattered throughout the city.

Unless we switch to at-large elections in the city, where's the incentive for integration from the politicians?

Phil Cosgrove

S. Damen

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