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In Dissent Magazine, Jeffrey Wasserstrom interviews political scientists Dorothy Solinger and Mark Frazier about the urban poor, whom are often
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Bloomberg reports that as part of renewed urbanization efforts to place more than 60 percent of its population in urban areas by 2020, China will
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