Letter: Economy, urban design columns conflict

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Cecil Bohanon and Nick Curott’s column “Give thanks to Pilgrims for private-property rights” in the Nov. 26 issue suggests “binary thinking”: private property equals good; working together and sharing equals bad.

The authors dismiss social justice with a socialism quote.

In the same IBJ issue, Tom Gallagher states that neighbors in formerly redlined areas are working together to right private-property wrongs [“How redlining bigotry restructured our cities”].

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Stephen Ring

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