Why isn’t Robert Moses more well-known among the average New Yorker?

– Xochielt Sanchez

Answer by Marc Bodnick:

Elected political officials who weren't President are generally not remembered by any Americans, absent special circumstances (e.g., they have a major, nationally-well-known building / facility named after them in a major city, like former mayors LaGuardia and Moscone).

Why isn't Robert Moses more well-known among the average New Yorker?

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