Until City Living Gets More Civilized, Suburbs Are the Way to Go


When the Los Angeles Times waxes orgasmic on its editorial page over something, it's a good idea to check it out carefully. Case in point: the Times' support for legislation to put an end to sprawl. What's wrong with that? Nothing. It's just that the proposed cures don't work. For one thing, there is no concise, workable definition of sprawl. One man's suburban growth is another man's sprawl. So let's see how we got that way.

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