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The trouble with the Freedom Trail

By Alfred F. Young
March 21, 2004

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BOSTON HAS SPENT some 20 years and $14 billion putting the Central Artery underground and creating the opportunity to build a more coherent city. Now, in the interest of creating a more coherent vision of the city's past, it's time to rethink another troubled Boston landmark: the Freedom Trail. (Full Article: 1020 Words)

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