Rust Belt Cities Demolish Homes as Defaults Blight NeighborhoodsBrian Louis
Cleveland’s population has been shrinking for 60 years as the city lost manufacturing jobs. Now, after more than 33,000 foreclosures since 2005, it’s demolishing hundreds of deserted, derelict homes.
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