The rough road to renaissance: urban revitalization in America, 1940-1985

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Johns Hopkins University Press, Aug 1, 1990 - Architecture - 383 pages
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Describes the attempts of twelve central cities to revitalize themselves, and discusses trends in urban poliitcs and planning

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This well-organized, well-written, and informative study analyzes a dozen large cities of the Northeast and Midwest over more than four decades, focusing primarily on the alternating cycles of ... Read full review

Contents

The Problem Perceived
10
The Specter of Commercial Decline
18
Responding to Decline
25
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