Next time we want a building to help the poor, or a building for any controversial purpose, why not separate the issues of what we want to build from where we want to build it.  That way we who care about the poor can make a case for a better building with more services, with maybe not so many people concentrated in one place. Then when it comes to site selection, we who care about neighborhoods can make a case for equitable distribution of social services around town, and for giving wealthy areas of town an opportunity to learn the benefits of diversity. See Bruce Rushton’s commentary on page 9. –Fletcher Farrar, editor and CEO

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