Luxury for All

In the throes of Haussmannization in Paris, novelist George Sand argued passionately in favor of “luxury for all” — the conviction that everyone deserves public spaces that are not only safe and welcoming but also beautiful. For her, such egalitarian “luxury” meant access for all to fine urban parks, and also the time to dawdle and daydream there.

In the throes of Haussmannization in Paris, novelist George Sand argued passionately that everyone deserves public spaces that are not only safe and welcoming but also beautiful.

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