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Excerpt from American Municipal Progress: Chapters in Municipal Sociology
The confusion in the popular mind is illustrated by the fact that the familiar Characterizations of cities are the psychological designations of the urban district. The municipal or civic features are ignored when we speak of Cleveland or Savannah as the Forest City, of Baltimore as the Monumental City; Pittsburg, the Smoky City Chicago, the. Windy City; Philadelphia, the Quaker City Brooklyn, the City of Churches Boston, The Hub New York, The Metropolis; New Orleans, the Crescent City; Denver, the Queen City of the Plains; or Los Angeles, the City of the Queen of the Angels. The confusion increases when there are large aggregates of population with collective rights and functions coextensive with neither the urban centre nor the City.
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