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Fernando Pessoa
“a reformer is a man who sees the world's superficial ills and sets out to cure them by aggravating the more basic ills.”
Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet

Dolores Hayden
“By the mid-1950s real estate promoters of the commercial strip were attaching it to the centerless residential suburb. Both strips and tracts expanded under the impact of federal subsidies to developers, but since these subsidies were indirect, it was hard for many citizens or local officials to know what was happening.”
Dolores Hayden, Building Suburbia: Green Fields and Urban Growth, 1820-2000

Deyth Banger
“As far as now I'm on 161 life!”
Deyth Banger
tags: 161, far, life, on

Paul Collier
“More than fifteen years later, Uganda's Self-Reliance Strategy has endured as a relatively unique experiment. It was further formalized within Uganda's 2006 Refugee Act, now regarded as one of the most progressive pieces of refugee legislation in Africa. At times, self-reliance has been criticized for legitimizing the premature withdrawal of food rations. The quality of plots of land distributed to refugees has also become uneven as numbers have increased. And refugees still clearly face challenges, including discrimination and informal barriers to market participation. But compared to the alternatives in neighbouring countries, the model is both a shining beacon of policy innovation and a rare opportunity to understand what happens when refugees are given autonomy.”
Paul Collier, Refuge: Rethinking Refugee Policy in a Changing World
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