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Describes recent economic, and social developments in Detroit, emphasizing race relations and influence of Cavanagh.

Using information obtained from half the Negro students (about fifty) at the University of Michigan in 1939-1940, considers economic, academic, social and health adjustment problems.

Reporters question Charles Morton, Hank Rogers and Walter McMurtry on economic goals of the black community.

Finds non-white mothers have more children at younger age; as affluence and urbanization increase, fertility decreases.

Characterizes several religious groupings as revealed by the Detroit area study, among them Negro Protestants.
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