Do the people that live in the inner cities have a responsibility to create nice neighborhoods? I mean, I see in New Hampshire, which is obviously far from being an inner city, nice subsidized housing built, only to see the people that end up living in it turning them into slums. So yes, I agree that providing nice neighborhoods is important, but I also believe that some of the people living there make them bad. Like the apartments in inner cities weren't gross and dangerous when they were built, know what I mean? Yes, I agree that there are communities that don't allow people to come in. I've watched interviews with people from the 30s or 40s, maybe 50s, of whites who had moved into newly built subdivisions, who were selling and moving out because black families were being allowed to move in. They cited concerns over property values dropping as their reasoning. Please note, I'm not trying to validate that kind of thinking, just acknowledging that the mindset definitely exists, and has for many decades.