Inner City Turmoil In recent years the marriage between supermarkets and inner cities has flowered as retailers have rediscovered underserved neighborhoods. But store-community relationships were far different in the late 1960s, when inner city race riots created dangerous situations. One byproduct was a crisis over the lack of insurance for inner city stores. A presidential panel was formed to create a plan to "pump business confidence into the nation's ghettos" by addressing the ...

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