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  • The term NIMBY is an acronym for the term, “Not In My Backyard”, which is used to describe the ideology and movement of people who oppose the incorporation of something that they find undesirable in their neighborhood. See Pete D. Kinder, Not In My Backyard Phenomenon, Oct. 9 2019, Britannica, https://www.britannica.com/topic/Not-in-My-Backyard-Phenomenon
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  • Daniel Goldberg, In Defense of Hippies, Oct. 23, 2011, Dissent Magazine, https://www.dissentmagazine.org/online_articles/in-defense-of-hippies; There have been notable communities that engaged in illicit activity that culminated in crime, notably Spahn Ranch in southern California, which became the headquarters for the Manson Family in the late 1960s. See generally, Hadley Meares, The Story of the Abandoned Movie Ranch Where the Manson Family Launched Helter Skelter, Updated May 28, 2019, Curbed Los Angeles, https://la.curbed.com/2014/10/22/10032594/charles-manson-family-helter-skelter-ranch
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