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We’re better off when our cities do well. Give them tools they need

By ALAN J. ORTBALS     During his presidency, Franklin Roosevelt used the relatively new medium of radio to speak directly to the people. Most newspapers of that time were owned by his enemies and detractors, most notably, William Randolph Hearst, who slanted the news and disparaged his policies and initiatives in their editorials. Through these…

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