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Urban life is about going out and mixing, taking in everything the city has to offer. What will happen to America's major cities post-COVID-19? Will people find relatively small and relatively expensive housing worth the trade-off if their favorite shops, restaurants, bars, theaters, and museums have gone out of business? Or if mass transit is ill advised? Or if jobs evaporate, move, or remain remote? This thought-provoking article ties together several of these ideas, along with immigration, the return of manufacturing, and overstretched supply chains. gen.medium.com/the-harsh-future-of-american-cities-7263da52fd1f
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