A Suburban Experiment Cities Can Learn From

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July 17, 2017

Columbia, Md., which marks its 50th anniversary, is the happy medium between big cities that were dysfunctional and alienating and the suburban sprawl that was ugly, inefficient, and soulless. This Washington Post Magazine feature chronicles how developer James Rouse defied conventional urbanist thinking of that day and racial segregation to create this flourishing community.

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