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03/20/2012 12:47 pm ET

The Roots Of Sprawl: Why We Don't Live Where We Work

Modern Los Angeles was developed as a postcard Shangri-La, a fruit-crate label delight, a palm-treed real estate dream, cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Who, then, would want heavy industry located next door to a nice single family home, mucking up that fake-it-`til-you-make-it civic destiny?

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