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Income segregation is the separation of various peoples by class based on income. For example, certain people cannot get into country clubs because of insufficient funds. Many residential areas are segregated as a practical matter by income due to exclusionary zoning, which may require limit dwellings to detached single family homes (and not allow apartments) and require minimum lot sizes and minimum square footage for the house (these requirements effectively prevent tiny homes and duplexes).
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