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The demise of American Cities as an effect of Post-WWII affluence.
The affluent post-war America, which started in the cities, not only moved away from the cities, but also contributed heartily to their demise. The image and actuality of American cities was forever changed in this span of approximately one decade. It was the undoing of every good action taken towards improving our great cities. It was not solely the affluence of the time, but a multitude of reasons, including conformity and fear of those who were non-conformists.
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