Worry Less About Crumbling Roads, More About Crumbling Libraries

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The Atlantic

This article focuses on the social infrastructure in the United States, which includes public institutions, such as libraries and schools, and commercial establishments, such as cafes and bookstores. It explains the importance of public spaces and how their collapse could lead to deeper divides, fewer connections, and more friction between people from groups with different social, economic, or cultural backgrounds.

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