SOURCE: The Nation
by Margaret Burnham
Robert Moses's commitment to grassroots democratic organizing was best expressed through listening rather than speaking, and purposeful following rather than leading.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
He’s just published a book called “Working.” It’s a gift, a collection of interviews and essays that talk about the craft of what he does.
A film about the battle between Jane Jacobs and Robert Moses
SOURCE: The Daily Beast
Forty years ago today, Caro’s magisterial 1,296-page life of New York master builder Robert Moses rewrote the rules of biography.
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