The headline is not in sync with the story which is mainly about why young progressives are opting to live in the city rather than suburbia. It's only towards the end that the author suggests that progressives moving to the city can be a catalyst in bringing about positive change.
Well, I elect to remain even beyond the reaches of suburbia to live in the country and I've never been a FOX watcher. I'm sorry, but any proponent of FOX is by my definition an ignoramous rarely with any redeeming features. Moreover, they're embarrassing on just about every level so bereft are they of character, understanding, empathy, consideration, education, humility, etc., etc., etc. I do not include the underprivileged many of whom simply have not had the opportunity to expand their horizons; they are instead in constant fight or flight mode--and in most cases, understandably so. No, the FOX proponent that I despise the most is the one who should know better but instead, CHOOSE to be the scourge of the land. Without them, this world would have such mighty, heady potential. However, these types are usually monied and privileged and in leadership positions. They love nothing better than to pit the "under"classes against each other with horrific results.
It'll be interesting to see just how progressive the progressives remain as they move to the cities. I very much hope they will act upon their progressiveness to bring sanity, health, education, jobs, and humaneness to those who've not had the equality that's rhetorically talked about but rarely practiced. And just as an aside, as more and more cities undergo rennovations for these new progressive newcomers, where are those who've been evicted going to live?