Future Land Use: Energy, Environmental and Legal Constraints

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Housing in the United States appears to be constantly in the throes of -crises.- The public perception of American domestic crises (including housing) does not reflect changes in real conditions as much as it reflects a cycle of heightened public interest followed by boredom with the issue in question. As one tries to envision the future of housing in the US, one must not develop a trend based upon the temporary vagaries of the moment. In this volume, the editors discuss the long-term elements that serve to define the ...

Future Land Use: Energy, Environmental, and Legal Constraints 1976, Cupr/Transaction, New Bruswick

ISBN-13: 9780882850252

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