Cities Seek to Prosper by Luring Creative People

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Two years ago, Richard Florida proposed that cities must attract artists, scientists and other creative problem-solvers if they want to prosper. Several cities around the country have used Florida's ideas to rethink their urban revitalization strategies, focusing on attracting technology and talent — and fostering tolerance. NPR's Elizabeth Blair reports.

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