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I think this policy does more harm than good. I think it erodes society's notion of fairness.

Additionally, it can actually work counter to it's intended purpose... which I have seen first hand. More often than not, groups at drastically different income levels have different ways of living. When these differences are in conflict, and they are "in your face" everyday, blood boiling animosity can build up on both sides.. much more so that if the two groups had limited interaction by living on different ends of town.

Finally, has anyone done a market analysis to see if reserving the 20% actually drives up prices for the remaining 80%, because less inventory is available for "paying customers"?

Hendri Prastio Kurniawan



Nice info...

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