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Why 'The Well-Tempered City' is a One-Stop, Urban Epic

Spoiler alert: I love epic stories with universal meaning for varied audiences around the world. In sum, that is why I think Jonathan F.P. Rose's new book will become a must-read classic. And, if 400-pagers are not your style, it's at worst a well-written, must-browse wonder, with relevant lessons for us all. Rose is a real estate developer, philanthropist and fine arts patron with prominent New York roots, and holds  a graduate degree in regional planning from the University of Pennsylvania.
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