In recent years, a contradiction has unfolded in San Francisco. On the one hand, the city continues to practice progressive economic policies. But rather than helping its poor and middle-class residents—as such policies are advertised as doing—these groups in San Francisco have become more unequal, downwardly mobile, and altogether priced-out. As Scott Beyer explains, this raises the question of whether the policies themselves are contributing to the problem.
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So far, it's been silence from The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, and others.