It's been quite a week. We offered a few different perspectives on the election:

Pre-Election Thoughts

by Charles Marohn, November 7, 2016

Scale our economy to those working at the ground level and we will see a true prosperity emerge.

Making Good Infrastructure Decisions for America's Future

by Rachel Quednau, November 9, 2016

Throughout the election, we've chosen to focus our attention toward the issue of infrastructure spending. Now it's time to consider what our new president will do about it.

Election 2016 (Podcast Reflections)

by Charles Marohn, November 10, 2016

After some travel and contemplation, Chuck Marohn offers some thoughts on the presidential election, Strong Towns and the future of America.


And here are the other popular pieces from our content stream this week:

Lessons Learned

by Johnny Sanphillippo, November 10, 2016

Last year I bought a $15,000 uninhabitable shack in Cincinnati, Ohio, hoping to renovate it into a nice two-story duplex for renters. Here's what went wrong.

What happens when you densify the suburbs?

by Strong Towns, November 10, 2016

This video of Mississauga, ON shows us that density will not save the suburbs.

The Myth of Revealed Preference for the Suburbs

by Joe Cortright, November 7, 2016

If so many people live in suburbs, it must be because that’s what they prefer, right? Actually the evidence is to the contrary.

(Top photo by Srikanta H. U.)


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