Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Small Change That Really Adds Up

'Lowly, unpurposeful, and random as they may appear, sidewalk contacts are the small change from which a city's wealth of public life may grow.'
— the late author and civic activist Jane Jacobs, whose The Death and Life of Great American Cities remains perhaps the seminal book about urbanism, nearly a half century after it was first published. We mentioned her earlier here.


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