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Geography of Nowhere: The Rise and Declineof America's Man-Made Landscape

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In this "eminently relevant and important book" (Library Journal), the author traces the evolution of America's landscape, where every place looks ... Show synopsis

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Olivia32

And we still haven't learned...

by Olivia32 on Dec 3, 2008

If I were King, I would appoint Mr. Kunstler asthe City, Town, and Neighborhood Planning Czar, with dictatorial powers and the mandate that he do it right this time. In this well written and most interesting tome, he explores the background and the nature of the decline of our smaller towns and their ... More

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