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Book Review: Generation Priced Out — Who Gets to Live in the New Urban America by Randy Shaw.
Priced to Sell. Is free the future? By Malcolm. “Out of the bloodbath will come a new role for professional. The only iron law here is the one too obvious to write a book about.
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Randy Shaw’s Generation Priced Out is in many ways the story version of the data-based case Segregation By Design makes. In the book, Shaw cites housing activist Laura Loe’s adage on how to message YIMBY (Yes In My Back Yard) policies: that one should never use a stat where a story will do.
More than 30 million people have filed for unemployment insurance in the past six weeks. Many of the recently unemployed find themselves wrestling with a.
Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion by Elizabeth L. Cline is mostly about (you guessed it) fast fashion and the like. This means the ultra-cheap clothing available a I spent quite a bit of time about a week ago going through the entire backlog of posts over at ReFashionista, a very cool blog by South Carolinian Jillian Owens.
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