``Although poverty remains more of an urban phenomenon with more than two-thirds of extremely poor neighborhoods still in cities such as Chicago and Detroit, the number of Americans in extremely poor suburban neighborhoods are growing more than twice as fast--rising by 37%, vs. the 16% growth in cities.'' -- Of course; in the boom, suburbs were set up to be something as economically-marginal as the old inner cities.

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