Bruegmann, Robert. “Sprawl Is Good for You.” Politico Magazine. N.p., 8 May 2014. Web. 28 Apr. 2016. <http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/05/sprawl-is-good-for-you-106494_Page2.html#.VyLfnaMrLaY>.
“Sprawl Is Good for You” is an article written by Robert Bruegmann regarding the notion that sprawling cities are problematic and unhealthy. He objects due to the success of cities like Atlanta and Houston. He proves that although residents of the Atlanta and Houston areas are more dependent on automobiles, they also have more access to jobs and opportunities due to the set up of the area. The high density of cities like Chicago result in ultimately a poorer population by the numbers and more health risks in total. People in Atlanta have on average more money and demand more space per person, which explains the high sprawl rate. In that case, sprawl is not necessarily a bad thing at all according to Bruegmann. The author puts together a very factual and well thought out argument by acknowledging concerns and addressing them. I would recommend this source to someone studying this topic.