Kunstler Compares Cities

In a streaming audio segment, James Howard Kunstler compares major world cities.

The problem is not that cities are all the same. The problem is that suburban American environments are uniformly miserable, says James Howard Kunstler in an interview with Leonard Lopate on New York & Company. Kunslter compares the cities of Paris, Atlanta, Mexico City, Berlin, Las Vegas, Rome, Boston, and London. Streaming audio of the interview is available -- select the link for Kunstler under January 30, 2002.

Thanks to The Practice of New Urbanism

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