Perspectives on where our world is heading from a vantage point in Denver, Colorado.
11 March 2010
Until the advent of the automobile, city fringes were were the poor lived, and the better off people lived closer to the core of the city. This situation hasn't vanished. There are currently many cities that have refused to annex low income neighborhoods, leaving them in unincorporated areas with minimal government services despite their urban nature, as discussed in the linked article.