How Violence Limits Economic Activity : The Indicator from Planet Money Economist Lisa Cook examined how race riots, lynchings, and segregation at the turn of the 20th century reduced the number of patents filed by African-Americans.
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How Violence Limits Economic Activity

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How Violence Limits Economic Activity

How Violence Limits Economic Activity

How Violence Limits Economic Activity

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Economist Lisa Cook examined how race riots, lynchings, and segregation at the turn of the 20th century reduced the number of patents filed by African-Americans.