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wired.comAerial Views of Mexico's Dystopian Housing Developments
In the early 2000s, the Mexican government launched an ambitious effort to build affordable housing for millions of the country's most impoverished citizens. The government ultimately spent more than $100 billion on hundreds of sprawling housing developments, but the program was plagued by corruption, poor planning, and shabby construction methods.
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