"The Manhattan Institute just released a new study by economists Ed Glaeser and Jacob Vigdor called 'The End of the Segregated Century.' It cheerfully notes that segregation is at its lowest level since 1910 and that all-white neighborhoods 'are virtually extinct.'
Their report seems accurate enough in describing the changes and is consistent, in many respects, with other research. Yet, in focusing exclusively on change, the report fails to convey that segregation is still quite high throughout much of America. Moreover, the summary and discussion are misleading in their insinuation that “the end of segregation” has failed as a 'driving force' behind increasing socio-economic equality between races."