A theory about Stockton negativity

“A recent study shows that children who live in areas with a lot of traffic and car-dependency have diffi­culty grasping their neighborhood and exhibit a general dislike and aggression toward their community.”

—Jose Javier Padilla Reyes, writing in Stockton’s new Placeholder Magazine, and reprinted on Stockton City Limits.

So, by that theory, sprawl alienates children. Who presumably grow up to be aduts with a negative view of their city.

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