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The 'Shrinking Cities' Movement

  • Aired: 05/27/2011
  • 07:39
  • Rating: NR
Post-industrial cities are facing steep population loss and vast expanses of abandoned property - a phenomenon known as "shrinking." Dan Kildee. president of Community Progress and a leader in the Shrinking Cities movement. talks to Alison Stewart about the need for a national agenda, and the mental shift Americans will need to make before they stop seeing downsizing as failure.
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Dan Kildee on a national urban agenda.
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