American City Planning Since 1890: A History Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the American Institute of Planners

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University of California Press, 1969 - Art - 745 pages
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Contents

THE SPIRIT OF REFORM
1
Congestion Playgrounds and Parks
10
Metropolitanism in the Boston Area
17
Borough Government and Hopes for a City Plan
26
Burnhams New Interest in the Urban Environment
37
The Municipal Art Movement
43
THE HEYDAY OF THE CITY BEAUTIFUL
47
SCIENCE AND THE CITY FUNCTIONAL
110
Planning in the Tennessee Valley
311
A Comprehensive Approach to Housing
330
The Report of the Urbanism Committee
342
The Resurgence of City and Regional Planning
349
The Status of State and National Planning
356
The Diversity of Instruction in Planning
365
RESPONSES TO
472
Disagreements About the Scope of City Planning
480

CITY PLANNING IN THE AGE OF BUSINESS
183
THE URBAN COMMUNITY
270
Target of Economy Groups
278
Contributions to the Future
287
Conservation Parks and Surveys
294
City Planners and the National Planning Board
300
THE SEARCH FOR A NEW COMPREHENSIVENESS
554
Notes
657
Selected Bibliography
697
Index
721
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