Modern Living: The Black and White Game

Boardwalk. Park Place. Ventnor and Atlantic Avenues, not to mention Marvin Gardens. The streets of Monopoly are places of childhood dreams and opportunity, open to anyone with the luck of the dice and a fat enough bankroll to buy there. But not Grosse Pointe and Shaker Heights, Bethesda, Georgetown and San Clemente. They are parts of a new and different game, one in which the color of a buyer's skin may well shut him out of the property he wants, and even drive him off the board.

The game is called "Blacks & Whites," and...

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