American Dream 2.0

From the increase of city living to the decrease in vehicle miles traveled, a "new American Dream" is developing, according to Carol Coletta. But without cohesion, the benefits of these developments aren't likely to make a big impact.
August 22, 2009, 11am PDT | Nate Berg
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"The problem is this: These remain only disconnected signals. To date, Americans are unable to see the new pattern that is developing. There is not yet a compelling narrative about this emerging good life into which Americans can project their own lives-certainly nothing with enough power to counter the stories we tell ourselves about what is 'normal.'"

She calls for a new city agenda that can help guide urban places into a better future.

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Published on Thursday, August 20, 2009 in Good
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