Post-Suburbia: Government and Politics in the Edge Cities

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The years shortly after the end of World War II saw the beginnings of a new kind of community that blended the characteristics of suburbia with those of the central city. Over the decades these "edge cities" have become permanent features of the regional landscape. In Post-Suburbia, historian Jon Teaford charts the emergence of these areas and explains why and how they developed. Teaford begins by describing the adaptation of traditional units of government to the ideals and demands of the changing world along the ...

Post-Suburbia: Government and Politics in the Edge Cities 1996, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801854507

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