Today — a day marked by commenting problems, sorry! — we looked at the changing face of suburbia, and (when able) you raised some pretty interesting questions. One commenter in particular, though, hit the depressing nail on the head.

From Smitros:

So we have a new chapter of spatial mismatch between the poor and potential jobs, and our urban geography will be more like that of Latin America and parts of Europe with a prosperous city center and impoverished outskirts.

No winners in this one.

Is it time for urban guilt?