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Reply To: The Boundary-Blurring Nature of Myth,” with Bradley Olson, Ph.D.”

Bradley Olson

    Yes, Sunbug, I think you’re right; insisting on the disconnect creates the disconnect.

    As for parks, I think that the number and placement, or location, is one way that citizens can gage how the city cares for them.

    The Central Park is, I think, the best example, and it gets more beautiful every year. I love it. It’s not accidental that it’s surrounded by art museums, including the Natural History Museum. I don’t think I go too far when I say Manhattan is simply not a sustainable proposition without Central Park.

    Thanks for commenting, Sunbug!