Planning the Great Metropolis: The 1929 regional plan of New York and its environs

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Taylor & Francis, Dec 21, 1995 - Architecture - 300 pages
This authoritative and detailed review chronicles the events leading up to the regional plan of New York, 1929 and assesses its significance and influence on subsequent developments of New York. No-one has yet written up this major episode in American planning. It will be of interest to planners, architects and historians.

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About the author (1995)

David A. Johnson, FAICP, is Professor Emeritus of Planning at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He is a past President of the Fulbright Association of the United States and has directed educational projects in Slovenia, Brazil, and Portugal. Professor Johnson also has served on the staffs of the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the Washington National Capital Planning Commission and the Regional Plan Association of New York.

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