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Architecture

She began a city-planning revolution

Jacobs thought small but smart

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / May 7, 2006

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Three women published books within a few months of one another in the early 1960s. They were ''The Death and Life of Great American Cities" in 1961, by Jane Jacobs; ''Silent Spring" in 1962, by Rachel Carson; and ''The Feminine Mystique" in 1963, by Betty Friedan. (Full article: 1303 words)

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