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It’s Not "Just Property": How Looting Destroys Lives and Low-Income Neighborhoods

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09/12/2020Ryan McMaken

Advocates for looting are now claiming that looting doesn't really hurt anybody but evil corporations. In truth, looting is a disaster for many families, business owners, and the neighborhoods themselves.

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Original Article: "It’s Not "Just Property": How Looting Destroys Lives and Low-Income Neighborhoods".

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