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Inequality in New York series part 1/5

By Laura Morris in New York

America's most famous city, New York, is also famous for it's inequality, which comes through in the way housing is organized. The city's mayor recently came up with a plan to address the city's lack of affordable housing. In the first of our five part series - Inequality in New York, Laura Morris reports.


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