Plans, pragmatism and people: the legacy of Soviet planning for today's cities

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University of Pittsburgh Press, 1995 - Architecture - 233 pages
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"This is a major contribution to the literature, bringing the field of Soviet urbanism into the 1990s and updating Chauncy Harris's seminal Cities of the Soviet Union". Choice

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The legacy of the preSoviet past
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