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Prime Summary

The financial excess that exists in the world of television, press, and radio is contrasted with the ongoing desperation of blacks in Harlem, "where a nickel costs a dime."

Prime Analysis

No matter what the financial success of particular sectors of the economy, Harlem remains impoverished. The situation is particularly poignant as the radio and television are populated by black artists and artists whose art is derivative of the innovations made in Harlem.

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