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Can Detroit Be Saved?

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Detroit's bankruptcy has exposed how a once-great American city can collapse. Many sections of Detroit conjure images of severe neglect and desolation. Yet there are pockets of revitalization. But are they enough to remake Detroit? Renee Montagne talks with Robin Boyle of the Urban Studies and Planning Department at Wayne State University about the city's future.

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