A Street Is Not a Home

New York Times | August 24, 1984

New York travelers abroad used to be shocked at the sidewalk sleepers of Paris, stretched on subway gratings to catch the spare heat from the underground, and at Calcutta families that lived and died on their assigned stretch of pavement. Nowadays the shock lies around the corner, in both…

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