How 1980s Atlanta Became the Backdrop for the Future


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Downtown Atlanta contains very little brick and mortar. A westward view of the city’s skyline—the same image used in the opening credits of TV’s The Walking Dead—reveals this Southern capital’s history at a glance: It burned to the ground in the Civil War and was rebuilt as a transportation hub filled with pulsating veins of highways and eager Fortune 500 companies. A construction boom during the Reagan years gave the ATL shiny buildings buttressed by tons of cement, creating an

Article source: http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2015/03/how-1980s-atlanta-became-the-backdrop-for-the-future/388769/

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