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Liberating cities

19 January 2012 By Edward Hadas, John Foley

Over half the Middle Kingdom’s population now lives in cities, up from a quarter in 1990. It’s the way of the world, and basically welcome. China’s tight state control and rapid growth have made the transition less chaotic than in many countries, but no more just or liberating.

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