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    Le Corbusier worked with his cousin Pierre Jeanneret and architects Jean Drew and Maxwell Fry, who stayed in India until the plan swung into action and the city of Chandigarh was built. The city was planned on a rectangular grid adapted to field conditions. The areas are divided into sectors and have connecting streets and highways passing through them. Le Corbusier personally designed the government building, the Capitol. His béton brut, the un-rendered surfaces of the buildings, still showing the

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    Capitol Punishment: Toy of Evil Men One might believe that because capital punishment plays such a large role in Charles Dickens’ A Tale Of Two Cities, that Dickens himself is a supporter of it. This just simply is not true. Dickens uses capitol punishment as a tool to define the evil embodied in both the French ruling class, and the opposing lower class during the French Revolution; as well as comment on the sheep-like nature of humankind. In the beginning of the novel, capital punishment serves

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    leave for a long day of work. We decided to get involved with our local Habitat for Humanity organization and today is the first day we start working on several houses almost complete in our local city. As we drive into the city we’re constantly looking at google maps, we’ve never been in this party of the city and we don’t want to get lost. With less than a mile to go before we reach the work site, we start driving through lower class neighborhoods, as we reach a street stop sign two kids approach the

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    These cities. More people meant more cars which brought lots of traffic leaving the governments of the those cities left with a big burden, on what to do. Though there was no communications between the two cities, both in face came up with an idea that could effectively get rid of some of the traffic. This great idea was creating, public transportation, whether it was making a bus route for buses to travel throughout the day, or even to have a light transit rail system go through the city, both

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    As the civilizations grew more advanced they began to grow out of the hunter-gathering stages and began to stick together in states and then eventually into cities. These cities would also begin to grow as trading became more popular and the rulers became more militaristic. As these cities grew so did their varying cultures. It is this very variety that led to the many various cultures and society. With so much change going on in the world its hard to believe that there would be a civilizations

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    meet all of their physical needs such as supplying their own water and electricity instead of using public utilities and raising their own fruit, vegetables, and livestock. These goals are counterculture to mainstream society and often go against city and county ordinances that have not been revised to reflect new

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    nourishing environment to sustain the overall health to its people. In Charleston, Mayor Joseph “Joe” Riley heads the development and revitalization of the city's infrastructure and has done so for the better part of 30 years. Under his lead, the city has transformed two major problems. These issues were a “dying downtown and a crumbling urban housing stock” (Jackson & Sinclair, 2012). His plan consisted of creating home ownership, connectedness, and economic development. The mayor identified

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    Is gentrification occurring in Main South? What would indicators of gentrification be? I believe that gentrification is occurring in Main South because the area is being upgraded in terms of the quality of housing, and the goal of upgrading the housing is to bring people back into Worcester to live there. Indicators of gentrification in that neighborhood would be a large increase in terms of the population of people living in Main South, and a large increase in the median household income of the

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    learned how to survive. I’m way smarter than I ever was.” (35) I think Dave is right here because you need to live two types of lives in order to gain more knowledge and wisdom about life and what it means to truly live. Its very simple to live in the city, where you have access to food and other items right across the street or a few blocks away. However, if you accept the challenge of living alone, then you will have to find your own resources, such as shelter and consumables. Is it possible to be

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    People rather live in a small town and some people rather live in a big city. Some people like the peace and quiet and not a lot of loud noises. Some people love hearing the loud noises from the city, and seeing people. People are different in all kind of ways. They are pros and cons living in the city or living in a small town. I would rather live in a small town because it is quiet, there are friendly people, and the nature and health. The first reason why I would rather live in a small town because

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