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DEBUNKING THE GENTRIFICATION MYTH

RENTS ARE SKY-HIGH IN AMERICA’S MOST POPULAR CITIES, BUT NATIONWIDE, MASS DISPLACEMENT IS AN URBAN LEGEND.

FOR RESIDENTS of economically vibrant cities like New York and San Francisco, there are few facts of life more salient than ever-rising real estate values. And with that comes pain among working-class families who increasingly

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