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. streets are lined with tree-. Here and there it is s|)otted with big and little parks. Its public
buildings are massive monuments to the enterprise of the miuiiei])ality. Sociallv it is neither jiuri-
tanical nor contineutal. It is not "wide open." It is not "closed li.ght. " Personal liberty of thought
and action is recognized and respected. It is never permitted, hnwexcr. to become ])ersoiial license.

Here the people are content to live and let live. I 'n written though it may be their fundamental
law is one for all and all for one. Its business affords employment to many thousands of workers.
Its enterprises and its possibilities present alluring ojiportunities to cai)italists. The eii\"s pride is
keenly alert, .\lways it is ready to combat jjopular indifference or official corruption or incompetency.
With jealous zeal the peo])le guard the city's unstained honor and in its high fmancial standing, its
op|>ortunities, and its great possibilities they take a justifiable jiride.

With its mauv factory sites, its existing factories, its advantageously located business sections,
its large, well e



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