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morass
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Babbitt
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  • Now this was the manner of obtaining alcohol under the reign of righteousness and prohibition: He drove from the severe rectangular streets of the modern business center into the tangled byways of Old Town—jagged blocks filled with sooty warehouses and lofts; on into The Arbor, once a pleasant orchard but now a morass of lodging-houses, tenements, and brothels.

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  • slipping deeper into an economic and political morass
  • opened the country to foreign investment and cleaned up the regulatory morass

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