Unformatted text preview: drive the rich out of the neighborhood. As she described Keating “Keating got great international coverage and was actually arrested, had his house searched, and a lot of his property was actually confiscated” (128). Keating is actually going through his struggle by insisting he’s not a yuppie. As I can see from Keating is that during that time, people are lost in the definition of when convenience and luxury becomes too much, and when selling out is based on participating as a consumer. The line between harmless and harmful existence within a changing urban center become extremely vague. As we going through the transformation of San Francisco, we can see that now it is the most dramatically affected among the many urban centers by its new forms and distribution of wealth....
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- Spring '11
- Urban area, Kevin Keating, dot com culture, better public place