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If You Can’t Afford the Rent, It’s My Problem, Too

Improving the quality of life in cities matters to more than just the people who live in them. 

Complaints about the status quo tend to focus on how much renters have to pay out of pocket, or how hard it is to get on the home ownership track, or the problems businesses have in attracting talent. But another huge problem is one of political economy: As time goes on, governance in high-rent cities is likely to get more and more dysfunctional.

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