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Buckminster Fuller Wanted to Build a Giant Dome Over Manhattan
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How We Ruined Airline Jobs
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Airport Security Has Long Been Traumatic for Brown-Skinned Travelers. It’s Getting Worse.
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It’s Convenient—and Wrong—to Blame Houston’s Lack of Zoning Laws for Harvey’s Destruction
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Why It’s Misleading to Say That Houston Showcases “America at Its Best”
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