Bright Lights, Midsize City
Are cities obsolete? According to economic theory, cities will grow as long as the economic benefits from "agglomeration"--access to goods, services, workers, knowledge, and markets--exceed such negatives as higher taxes and living costs, pollution, congestion, crime, and limited space to expand.
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