Gated Communities Surprisingly Diverse More Americans are choosing to live in so-called private communities, where homeowners' groups provide many of the services once offered by local governments. Researchers in California say these communities are more economically and racially diverse than some critics have suggested. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.
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More Americans are choosing to live in so-called private communities, where homeowners' groups provide many of the services once offered by local governments. Researchers in California say these communities are more economically and racially diverse than some critics have suggested. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.