How can drawing maps of Detroit get you blacklisted as a Communist? By engaging in "radical cartography," as former Wayne State professor/activist William Bunge did in the late '60s and early '70s. Known as a brilliant mapmaker, Bunge used maps to convey social inequalities haunting Detroit during his years living in the Fitzgerald neighborhood, just west of Highland park. After publishing two books of similar maps in 1969, Bunge moved to Canada. From rat-bitten babies to the number of store-bought toys on each block, more of Bunge's fascinating maps can be found on Architzer.
· An Atlas of Love And Hate: Detroit In The 1970s [Architzer]