The New York Times – Private Profits From Public Works
Posted 2 years ago and submitted by Shaw Nielsen | Share link: http://illo.cc/65873

This illustration is for the New York Times ongoing series Bottom Line Nation, about how private equity firms are reshaping American life, in particular how desperate towns have turned to private equity firms to manage their waterworks. The deals bring much-needed upgrades, but can also carry hefty price tags. Read the article and see a larger version of the illustration here.



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