Suburbs, Part Two: Gated Communities More than 7 million American families are living behind bars, by choice. Looking for safety and community, more and more homeowners are turning to gated neighborhoods. Are they getting what they paid for? Join Neal Conan for part two in a series on the suburbs.

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Author: Behind the Gates: Life, Security and the Pursuit of Happiness in Fortress America
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Suburbs, Part Two: Gated Communities

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Suburbs, Part Two: Gated Communities

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Suburbs, Part Two: Gated Communities

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More than 7 million American families are living behind bars, by choice. Looking for safety and community, more and more homeowners are turning to gated neighborhoods. Are they getting what they paid for? Join Neal Conan for part two in a series on the suburbs.

Guest:

Setha Low
Author: Behind the Gates: Life, Security and the Pursuit of Happiness in Fortress America