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After Jacobs published her book in 1961, most American cities suburbanized, cutting people off from this kind of casual contact with the people around them.
The sights and sounds and smells as big farm trailers back up to offload their livestock cargos on a sale day would seem more appropriate for a major Midwestern agricultural state than for highly urbanized and suburbanized Connecticut.
The other two densest metro areas, San Francisco and Los Angeles, suburbanized only slightly.
Once a land of dairy farms, Mission Valley served as a rural-like buffer between dense Uptown and suburbanizing Clairemont, Serra Mesa and other neighborhoods to the north.
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