The burger franchise In-N-Out is famous for its food and service. However, it's also famous in business schools as an example of responsible growth. In spite of its huge popularity, it has grown with deliberation, carefully choosing each location to maximize its success. That's why it's shocking that In-N-Out is closing a location for the first time in its history. Why? They say the location was overrun with crime.
This is what the breakdown of governance looks like. The government doesn't formally announce it has started failing its most basic responsibilities. Instead, business people raise prices or close their shops. Local residents arm themselves or move elsewhere. So which government is failing? You may not be surprised to learn it's the government of Oakland, California.