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Anthony Flint

In 2 visions, a blueprint to a livable city

By Anthony Flint
August 20, 2009

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Jane Jacobs and Robert Moses battled nearly a half century ago, and while it's tempting to view them as irreconcilable symbols of opposing approaches to city building, they both offer lessons for making the most of the metropolis. That is particularly true in Boston today, as the city attempts to preserve its unique character while at the same time keep moving ahead. (Full article: 722 words)

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