"Heck, we invented the middle class," wrote journalist Mitch Albom of Detroit in its heyday.' Today, the city is inventing something else entirely. A small group of
billionaires is leading what surely must be the largest privately fi­nanced urban transformation in American history. Detroit's new model for growth is premised on radical inequality, and it may well perpetuate it too. Is it good news anyway?

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