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A few weeks ago, when I posted an item I wrote about the Uptown Sam’s Club to my Facebook page, I got reamed in the comments by someone calling my opposition to the Sam’s Club “elitist,” suggesting those who opposed Sam’s Club were all “kale eaters” and things like that.
The comment, I believe, strikes to the heart of a significant misunderstanding that often muddles conversations about urbanism, highways, and regionalism.
Too often the idea of urbanization is associated with gentrification.
Those who support dense, walkable communities are assumed to also be people who want these things because they like artisanal cheese shops, copious yoga studios, and the rest.
The conclusion: re-urbanists are elitist yuppies, and their opposition to things like Sam’s Club is a reflection of their larger project — that is, to impose the tastes and values of a certain class on the poorer, weaker classes. After all, in the last 20 to 30 years, the rapid growth and success in cities on the east and west coasts has been paired with gross displacement, neighborhood disintegration, astronomical rises in real estate values, and cities whose geography is increasingly an expression of broad-based income inequality.