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Why indoor shopping malls have lost their cachet

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A poignant blogpost (hat tip: Tyler Cowen's marginalrevolution.com ) with pictures of the closed-door food court at the White Flint mall in North Bethesda, Md., provides visual proof of what the author writes is "a general and growing American discontent with the enclosed shopping malls that captivated the 1970s, 1980 and 1990s in favor of the roofless 'lifestyle center' of the 2000s and...

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