For years, there has been an agonizing debate over how to save Detroit. Harvard economist Edward Glaeser sees things differently. Professor Glaeser argues in favor of letting Detroit dwindle. In a recent issue of the New York Times Magazine, he was quoted as saying “There is no reason why it can’t, and shouldn’t, decline. Places decline and places grow. We shouldn‘t stand in the way of that.” Michigan Radio’s Jack Lessenberry talked with him.