"The Cicero plan may be the most intriguing, because it is crafted for a community that holds large numbers of recent immigrants from Mexico and Central America. We may tend to think of the suburbs as an expression of inclinations to break free of the city and get closer to nature, but these residents are generally not motivated by urban escape fantasies: They want to be closer to jobs and they want the opportunity to start businesses, and want access to good schools for their children and decent housing at an affordable price. For them, separating residential and commercial life is an inconvenience and a hardship, a relic of housing policy best relinquished."
— Peter S. Goodman,
Foreclosure Crisis Spurs Quest To Reinvigorate Suburbs
(Source: The Huffington Post)