The death and life of great American cities

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Vintage Books, 1961 - Political Science - 458 pages
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A serious study of urban America and the need for creative planning and renewal of our cities.

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User Review  - Mark Abersold - Goodreads

This is pretty much the bible of modern urban planning, and it's definitely a great read if that is a subject that interests you. It delves pretty deeply into the topic matter and as such if you're ... Read full review

Review: The Death and Life of Great American Cities

User Review  - Meredith Watts - Goodreads

This book was published fifty years ago, but reads like it was written yesterday by someone you'd really love to talk to. Jacobs is witty, perceptive, funny, and all-knowledgeable about what makes a ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Part One THE PECULIAR NATURE OF CITIES
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safety
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Copyright

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