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With block upon block of crumbling houses, abandoned stores, and churches and theaters left to rot like ancient ruins, this old industrial city can easily seem like a ghost town of vanquished dreams. Steel City, so nicknamed in its heyday when all the smokestacks were pumping, lost its big shoulders a long time ago, replaced with a slump from the weight of rampant poverty and a forlorn economic scene.

Now that Jackson is dead the city will be bulldozed to the ground. Amen.
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With block upon block of crumbling houses, abandoned stores, and churches and theaters left to rot like ancient ruins, this old industrial city can easily seem like a ghost town of vanquished dreams. Steel City, so nicknamed in its heyday when all the smokestacks were pumping, lost its big shoulders a long time ago, replaced with a slump from the weight of rampant poverty and a forlorn economic scene.

Now that Jackson is dead the city will be bulldozed to the ground. Amen.

WTF are you talking about?
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With block upon block of crumbling houses, abandoned stores, and churches and theaters left to rot like ancient ruins, this old industrial city can easily seem like a ghost town of vanquished dreams. Steel City, so nicknamed in its heyday when all the smokestacks were pumping, lost its big shoulders a long time ago, replaced with a slump from the weight of rampant poverty and a forlorn economic scene.

Now that Jackson is dead the city will be bulldozed to the ground. Amen.

I assume that you are talking about Garry Indiana, as you hit every stereotypw about that area...well, it is a mess, but there are plans to really make it nice for the 2016 Olympics if Chicago wins them, Garry is really close to Chicago anf is a hub for private planes in that area, so change may well be coming.
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