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Woebegone

Regardless of where one stands on the substantive issue, the lines seem to fall alone both socioeconomic and racial lines. We have many older people, of low socioeconomic stature, a large percentage who are minority, that need a place to live. Where should we build housing for them? If this is any indication of the course of things, it will be built in a poorer neighborhood, where the residents don't have the wherewithal or time to organize. This will likely sustain the status quo of racial/economic segregation.

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