Walter Stafford, a soft-spoken urban economist who delivered incisive and biting critiques of societ's inequities, died on Saturday after an eight-year battle with cancer. Stafford, 68, was known as one of the city's foremost analysts of the impact of urban policies on the poor. At his death he wa ... More >>
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