Get past “us” versus “them”

A new book addresses contemporary moral conflicts

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The massive London Terrace apartment complex in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood has long been dubbed a “city within a city.” Comprising 1,665 apartments spread across 14 buildings, the complex was designed to be a self-contained community upon its opening in 1931, from its underground passageways to a roof designed for sunbathing. But the complex’s sense of

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