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Globe Editorial

A warning from Minnesota

August 3, 2007

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MANY PEOPLE still remember the 1960s, when the Interstate Highway System was new. Those highways spanned rivers with airy steel and concrete bridges and opened up new places to live, work, and play. Forty years later, the concrete is stained and crumbling, the highways are clogged and subjected to stresses beyond their builders' projections, and tragedy waits to happen, as ... (Full article: 439 words)

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