http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/05/04/ma ... m=magazineThere is one city that has managed to surmount this problem. The achievement of near-universal affordable housing in a place with limited land mass might be a beacon of hope, were it not for the fact that it is Singapore, a sovereign city-state with one-party rule, wonky leaders, an economy that has grown rapidly in the last half-century and one of the highest per-capita incomes on earth. There, more than 80 percent of the population lives in public housing designed with walkability, ethnic diversity and green space in mind.
sundaymorningstaple wrote: I think we all already know all that. Went over yer head like a lead balloon.
Of course 'We' who have lived here 2,000 years, would have already known all of this, but I expect there are plenty of others who didn't
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