Breakthroughs: Re-Creating the American City


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Large or small, America's cities have had a difficult time generating admiration, respect, or understanding. They have served the nation as sources of commerce, finance, and the arts. They have taken millions of new Americans from their point of entry and helped newcomers elevate themselves economically into the American mainstream. In recent years, the greatest of cities have become command centers of a new global economy. However, the headlines from urban America proclaim riot, decline, and despair. This book is ...

Breakthroughs: Re-Creating the American City 1993, Cupr/Transaction, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780882851457