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By Clair Enlow
November 26, 2003
A hundred years ago the urban waterfront was a tough, busy place where the international transfer of goods happened. The water itself was a universal sink for sewage.
Then came the highway-crazed days of the mid-20th century, and the waterfront became a literal freeway -- a way to skirt the city, relatively free of obstructions.
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