“What can we do with cities,” Jacobs asked, “to make up for this omission?”
Turning Data Around

Ironically, this was answered in the 1890s by someone who was so popular that his funeral was attended by more people than the president’s. Sadly, his ideas were shut down as being too dangerous for the elite class’s ability to hold on to power that, to discredit it, they invented an entire theory of economics based on false premises but surrounded with impressive calculus.

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