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Cities — But Not Their Citizens — Really Are Meaner

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Casey Neistat set up a camera and pretended to steal his own bike several times around New York City. Bystanders didn't intervene. In a recent piece for Salon.com, Will Doig cites this as just one example in his argument that cities are meaner places to live.
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