Place matters: metropolitics for the twenty-first century
University Press of Kansas, 2004 - Political Science - 428 pages
Three distinguished scholars challenge us to put the urban crisis back on the agenda, both as a moral challenge to our conscience and an economic challenge to prosperity. Focusing on the growing concentration of poverty in cities and older suburbs and the mounting costs of suburban sprawl, they argue that these problems have political origins and can thus be resolved through political means.
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Had to read this book for a summer course in my masters program. My biggest issue with the text is that it is highly biased. The tone used to describe Republicans and Conservatives at times verges on ...
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eh. textbook in summer. Read full review
Place Still Matters i
The Facts of Economic Segregation and Sprawl
The Costs of Economic Segregation and Sprawl
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