I don’t think that was the point exactly.
Tarwin Stroh-Spijer
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I think it’s not a competition and stand by the fact that it’s a false comparison. Imagining the inner city is erroneous. Look at Detroit. Look at the cities where invisible communities are continually displaced. I think the article doesn’t need the comparison because it’s not a competition.

Having richer people around doesn’t mean they’ll care of the disenfranchised (hello, homelessness in SF) and growth can push people out. It just lets the waiting middle class rise.

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