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Not-so-friendly skies: Tough to be a city left out of the large hubs

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Second of a five-part series When the Interstate highway system was begun in the 1950s, a common fear was that regional cultures and unique local communities that were bypassed would be forever lost due to the vastly increased commerce between distant cities. Those fears have been fulfilled in many respects on the nation’s roads in the decades since, and something very much like that phenomenon...

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