Detroit’s ups and downs are well documented, but the conversation often fails to frame the city as anything more than the victim of post-industrial disinvestment, mismanagement, or contentious race relations. Last year, Paul Krugman offered an alternative suggestion in a New York Times column; sprawl, Krugman argued, has underpinned Detroit’s struggles. Angie Schmitt, a blogger for […]
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