What does gentrification mean for the future of American cities? It means more than the arrival of trendy shops and expensive coffee. Peter Moskowitz intertwines human narratives with incisive analysis of the systemic forces contributing to America’s crises of race and inequality, in 1,242 more words
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Europe is a really desirable vacation destination, but not everyone can hop on an eight hour flight across the Atlantic and go to Europe all the time. 449 more words
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❝ In the first year of a big soda tax in Mexico, sales of sugary drinks fell. In the second year, they fell again…
The finding represents the best evidence to date of how sizable taxes on sugary drinks, increasingly favored by large American cities, may influence consumer behavior.