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Jane Jacobs: The Case for Diversity

This is an excellent post from Jared Green, at the The Dirt:

“There is no way of overcoming the visual boredom of big plans. It is built right into them because of the fact that big plans are the product of too few minds. If those minds are artful and caring, they can mitigate the visual boredom a bit; but at the best, only a bit. Genuine, […]

via Jane Jacobs: The Case for Diversity — The Dirt

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