Why Old Style Cities are the Future of California

Cities for Peopleā€”or Cars? | The American Conservative.

“Modern development represents not just a step backward in sophistication but an abandonment of complexity in favor of systems that are efficient, orderly, and dumb.”

Civil engineer Charles Marohn explains why the quest for the post-modern city is a step in the direction of not only sustainability, but durability, livability, and genuine community.

In doing so he offers a blueprint that no state needs more desperately than California, and no city more than Los Angeles.

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