David Brooks Misses The Urban/Suburban Point
New York Times columnist David Brooks understands that there are social opportunities to be had in strategically using economic stimulus billions, but trying to remake aging suburbs into fake little cities with phony downtowns and squares is all wrong.
Certainly there needs to be better transit in the 50's era suburbs, but the stimulus investment has to be aimed at cities first.
Letter writers weigh in.
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