Urban Planning Today: A Harvard Design Magazine Reader

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American cities' penchants for single-use zoning and free-market development in pursuit of economic growth have produced problems that have long been recognized: grueling commutes and dependency on automobiles, social isolation, expensive public infrastructure, needless destruction of countryside. Eminent domain disputes rage on, despite recent Supreme Court decisions. Outdated public housing and failed single-function projects litter the landscape.Addressing these urgent problems and debating the public's role in urban ...

Urban Planning Today: A Harvard Design Magazine Reader 2006, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN

ISBN-13: 9780816647569

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