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Without big changes, Detroit won't have a second act

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"I once thought that there were no second acts in American lives, but there was certainly to be a second act to New York's boom days," F. Scott Fitzgerald once wrote. It's a good thing he wasn't talking about Detroit. Until the city's politicos treat its humble entrepreneurs with the same respect they show big investors, Motown's second act will never arrive. Detroit just became the biggest...

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