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August 22, 2014 9:22 PM

One road marks St. Louis area’s racial, economic split

The geography of almost every U.S. city reveals at least some degree of segregation, but in St. Louis, the break between races – and privilege – is particularly drastic. The Delmar Divide, they call it.

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