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Is Regionalism Dead?

This is a regional economy, with a regional labor market, a regional housing market, and a regional transportation network, that does compete with other regions for jobs and investment and talent. We all lead regional lives — live one place, work another, shop another, eat another. Thinking and acting like a region is not really even a choice.


So this issue of the Review is dedicated to keeping the flame lit, looking for ideas and practices, here and elsewhere, that continue to move us toward a more regional future. First up are two pieces that highlight interesting new ways of practicing regional thinking and doing.