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There was FAR less regulation prior to the 1930s, and those cities and towns were more dense and walkable. The growth of sprawl has been driven in part by subsidies for everything from cars, gas, highways to telephone and other infrastructure. I say we let the rural and exurbs live according to their professed libertarian principles and pay market rate for their infrastructure. No agricultural, highway, telephone etc subsidies.

by SJE on Dec 18, 2012 3:57 pm • linkreport

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