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Two Tales of One City
|Gregory Jones stands at 1230 North Larrabee, one of Cabrini-Green's last towers.|
|The problem we have as a nation is that policymakers and city officials tend to be better at mixing out the poor than mixing them in.|
|A mixed-income development on West Division Street overlooks Seward Park.|
|Jeremy Smith stands before a mural on North Clybourn Avenue at Cabrini-Green.|
|There used to be these community stores where you could go in and get what you need, priced to people like my family. But now it's these furniture stores that are real exquisite.|
|There are also thousands among Chicago's urban poor just like Gregory, who have not seen transformation as much as elimination. In a sense, they've been wiped off the map entirely.|
|Only a few of the buildings at Cabrini-Green are still standing.|
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