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" By reducing the scale of local distance, the motor vehicle extended the horizon of the community and introduced a territorial division of labor among local institutions and neighboring centers which is unique in the history of settlement. "
The City: Urban Communities and Their Problems - Page 98
by Alan S. Berger - 1978 - 511 pages
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City and Region: A Geographical Interpretation, Volume 2

Robert E. Dickinson - Social Science - 2003 - 588 pages
...the general concept of the city-region. 'By reducing the scale of local distance, the motor-vehicle extended the horizon of the community and introduced a territorial division of labour among local institutions and neighbouring centres which is unique in the history of settlement....
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Lots of Parking: Land Use in a Car Culture

John A. Jakle, Keith A. Sculle - Transportation - 2004 - 293 pages
...patterns to "metropolitanism," a term adopted from the Hoover Commissions Recent Social Trends of 193-5: "By reducing the scale of local distance, the motor...of labor among local institutions and neighboring cities which is unique in the history of settlement. . . . Moreover, formerly independent towns and...
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