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The Changing Face of South London

January 8, 2013

"It is a city without a municipality, without a center, without a civic history; it has no journals; it has no university, it has no colleges, apart from medical; it has no intellectual, artistic, scientific, musical, literary center; its residents have no local patriotism or enthusiasm." So wrote the Victorian novelist Walter Besant about south London. That sure has changed.

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