Did we manage our growth good in the United States?



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    When the U.S. was developing after WWII it developed into a largely car-dominated society: cheap cars, cheap gas, highways rather than mass transit, and sprawl growth. The fact that the Americans are the largest producers per-capita of carbon dioxide is largely because of our automobile culture. Only a few states in the country have urban growth boundaries that restrict growth outside of city limits. In general, the U.S. has not done a good job at managing growth.

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