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Wrong Number

bernstei.qxd Dear editors: We feel compelled to clarify some of the ambiguities created by Harold Henderson’s critique of Jane Holtz Kay’s Asphalt Nation (February 20, 1998). The Center for Neighborhood Technology was cited as Kay’s source for inaccurate data pertaining to the amount of land consumed between 1970 and 1990. There has been a great […]

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Spreading Credit

Spreading Credit Dear editors: Many thanks again for the thoughtful article covering the work of the Center for Neighborhood Technology [“The Wizard,” April 8]. I’d appreciate it if you could publish this letter noting some important corrections and amplifications. Bob [McClory] did a wonderful job covering the myriad of organizational interests with which we’ve been […]

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Unabashed Activists

To the editors: I’d like to express our appreciation for your coverage of the status of the Commonwealth Edison/City electric franchise negotiations, which appeared in Harold Henderson’s article of October 12, 1990 [“Com Ed Watch: Keeping Us in the Dark”]. Henderson did an excellent job of outlining the complexities of the issue and the political […]