The keystones of a modern society are the family and the city. The first is the central building block of the edifice, and the second solves the need for concentrating employment, educational, recreational, and cultural resources. In the United States, both the city and the family are in trouble, and their trouble spells even greater problems for the nation.
KeywordsPublic Housing Crown Height Core City Street Crime Disorderly Behavior
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