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Arcade Fire Is The Soundtrack for Alienation from Suburbia and Sprawl

What I like about Arcade Fire is their evidently honest alienation from sprawl and its noxious effects I have never heard anyone and that includes the giants of singer songwriting who have gathered into their music the essence of the bill of goods we were sold after WWII It actually began with Frank Lloyd Wright's casual inclusion of interchanges in his drawings of suburban plots Plots are for graveyards not living We have lost face to face But a new century is producing some awareness of the car's deleterious effects And when all is said and done and we push back it will be instructive to play some Arcade Fire as background music
Here is an Arcade Fire Playlist I cooked up on Spotify

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Legal Landscape of a New Economy (Video)

With this caveat. We need government policies to do more than this. Vastly more.
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