Urban Discontent in China

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As China accelerates its development in urban areas, older housing units are being demolished. People losing their housing believe they've received insufficient compensation, and urban discontent has exploded. NPR's Rob Gifford reports that the housing issue is generating China's biggest mobilization efforts since the pro-democracy movement.



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