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i'm not trying to come off

i'm not trying to come off pro-city. rather that it's possible that as cities keep growing there will be (unevenly) parts that fall out of or push off government control. that's not to say authority and civilization will leave certain neighborhoods, just that the whole mega-city thing has gov authority shook as they fear being stretched too thin, dealing with more informal economy, class disparity, terror, whatever. basically that very large cities can be difficult to control by the state in some ways.

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