In a previous post I talked about James Howard Kunstler as America's foremost critic of the suburb. In this essay, he takes aim at Florida. Once a hotbed for the New Urbanist movement, the state has now traveled irrevocably down the road of sprawl and become a prisoner of fossil fuels, a predicament that will soon (in Kunstler's view) consign it to second-class status as an almost unlivable state.
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