Summary Of Malcolm Gladwell's 'Tipping Point'

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An interesting section in the Tipping Point is when Malcolm Gladwell goes beyond what we know about the low-down streets of New York. He talks about the crime epidemic and how it drastically changed with just a simplistic tactic. He also talks about how our environment can create us as a human being. The crimes in New York were extremely high at one point and a man name David Gunn was just the guy to change it. I was astonished how drastic he lowered the crime rate. His goal was to “clean the subways”, and that’s exactly what he did. He started with the graffiti on the trains. He thought by cleaning the trains and keeping them clean by all means would send a message to all the criminals to stay away. For example, if someone tried
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