ED 100 Lecture 8 - original neighborhoods The boulevards...

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ED 100 Lecture 8 Paris was physically transformed which resulted in a social transformation as well. In Paris, neighborhoods and winding streets were removed to put in wide boulevards. This pushed out the artists, musicians, and other people who lived in the
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Unformatted text preview: original neighborhoods. The boulevards brought in the wealthy bourgeoisie. There was a lack of multi culture on the boulevard. This is an example of Haussmenization where the physical change brought a social change. [Finished the rest of the movie]...
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