The Cities Wholesome and Good
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The Depression and war could have been-and many contemporary observers viewed them as-anomalies. Optimists argued that these events had stifled the development of cities and opportunities had only been postponed. Urban growth and national prosperity had been the norm since the mid-1800s. With the end of the war, investors, households, and governments would rededicate money and spirit to renewal.