October 1961
New Yorker;10/21/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 36, p172
The article focuses on Pasadena, California. The city has a record of less crimes than any other town in the U.S. The city also boasts of an efficient city-manager form of government with no dirty politics. Pasadena ranks the sixth largest town in terms of spending power in the country. Nightclubs are absent while gardens and nurseries abound.


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