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They’re the invisible hands that shape our neighborhoods — the political decisions, business models, zoning rules, and public sentiments that determine the look of any given street. Architect and urban planner Roger Lewis has been exploring these complexities for more than 25 years in his column for The Washington Post. He joins Kojo to examine what’s been shaping the city since then and how our communities are likely to evolve in the future.
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