Message - Re: Low-cost cities: an innovative new concept for urban development

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Posted by  David C on November 27, 2002 at 15:46:57:

In Reply to:  Low-cost cities: an innovative new concept for urban development posted by Simple Simon on November 27, 2002 at 13:58:15:

Wow,we sure could use quite a few of these great innovative solutions
in the USA,the Rich have so many houses they don't know where they'll
be staying half the time,it must be confusing for them when they first
wake up in the morning..and of course the lower income people are
Homeless all over this great big country,,i guess theres' at least 45
million poor people in this country and at least 8 million Homeless
and there are no solutions coming from the so called private sector,
after 20 years of reaganomics there are so many Homeless that we as a
people seem to have given up because the experts are not interested
in Housing the People.Who will do it if not the people who can???

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