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This paper discusses the urban development in downtown Los Angeles, particularly in the Bunker Hill and Broadway/Main/Spring/Hill/Area. The case is made that while development definitely makes these areas better by cleaning the streets of crime and filth, it also is geared towards a cultural change which shuts out lower income members of society.
From the Paper:"Downtown Los Angeles is a diverse area. There are contrasting neighborhoods which vary from block to block. Many of these neighborhoods have gone through or are in the midst of going through major transitions. One such neighborhood is Bunker Hill. The area was once full of Victorian homes in its golden age. In the 1960s through the 1980s, it became quite..."
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