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The problem with filtering as an argument and your piece is that "filtering" doesn't presume that household economic diversity within particular neighborhoods.

That's not a problem with filtering, however. That's a problem with policy.

Denying the existence of a phenomena like filtering is like denying the existence of gravity.

Filtering is the mechanism through which the housing market works.

by Alex B. on Jan 28, 2013 10:58 am • linkreport

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