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"" It's certainly impossible to promise several thousand people they can live there when only several hundred units [will be] available, '' says Pierre deVise, one of Chicago's foremost urbanologists.
The big picture -- the 10 - and 20-year trend -- is even more ominous, and it leads some urbanologists to wonder whether big cities might not just be obsolete.
(Since Dickens, our best urbanologists have been our novelists.)
TYRELL: Yes, well, I suppose the one message is that the welfare state did nothing more than put money in the hands of counselors, therapists, urbanologists, and occasionally a few poor people, but didn't solve the problems of the city.