Economy is important but community is vital. The United States develops mostly based on the market by making people more competitive on the economical realm. To some extent, this way is effective for the development of the country. Thus, economy is important. However, the country does not take care of communities very much. The fact would be obvious when you look at the policies, which aggressively seek more economic gains from the global economy, made in the past five decades. Also, Sampson discusses “how macro forces lead to the clustering of social and economic factors in urban areas” (p. 166) in chapter 19 of The Community Development Reader…

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