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By now it's settled into American myth, that wonderful town we grew up in, even if we never really did. There's Main Street, maybe a town square, and a great old movie house. Neighbors lived just across the way, work was a stroll down the street, and everybody looked out for each other. They call it the "New Urbanism," moving out of the suburbs and into brand-new villages specifically designed to make us happy. Critics say it's a little creepy, too perfect. Advocates say just wait till it settles in--none of the isolation we too often feel in the suburbs, none of those painful commutes to work. It really will be like the good, old days. So if you're tired of fast food stands and shopping malls springing up everywhere, if life's beginning to feel like an endless stretch of concrete and cars, this, they say, might be just the thing for you. Or is it? If you had a chance to go back in time, would you take it? Anchor: Forrest Sawyer Correspondent: Michael McQueen Airdate: 7/31/1998

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