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I'm from Chicago and know all too well about the numbers of inner city crime in our city so that wasn't as appalling (although I am from the north side so I don't know it that we'll) but from an outsiders perspective, how the city got to the point of bankruptcy was spelling out thoroughly. Many people outside of Michigan don't know how Kwame kilpatrick is, but they don't know about how it was already struggling. The information about 40% of lights working and details about how people just stopped paying real estate taxes by the masses and no public transportation or city work was foreign to me. The idea of not being able to pay back pensions is relatable to Chicagos. I thought the great part of about it was it highlighted all the options the appointees investigated to resolve the issue. Again, I am not from Detroit so I don't know the accuracy or have a bias opinion, but as a story and overall structure of the issues and resolutions to the bankruptcy, it was very well laid out and written.
Though the details of this story we dizzying, to know the players and ploys used to initiate this historical turn around of such an iconic city, is intriguing.