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The answer to this question is no.
To be brutally frank, even raising the comparison destroys the author’s credibility. I understand the point that she is trying to raise. Comparing the two cities utterly obscures it.
Posted at 07:34 PM in Crime, México, USA | Permalink
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I agree. Chicago will never be Ciudad Juárez. However, Ciudad Juárez might become, over time, more like Chicago: a city with relatively high levels of gang- and drug-related violence, but nothing catastrophic. I actually compared the number of homicides in the two cities in October (36 in Chicago vs 33 in Ciudad Juárez)to make that point.
Alejandro Hope |
January 02, 2013 at 10:42 AM
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