Citistates: How Urban America Can Prosper in a Competitive World

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Seven Locks Press, 1993 - Social Science - 359 pages
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"No one in the country knows as much as Neal Peirce about the ins and outs of American local government

"Neal Peirce is the best writer on urban affairs in the country". -- Henry Cisneros, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

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Citistates: how urban America can prosper in a competitive world

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Peirce explores how America's major cities can form modern "citistates'' to compete with other major cities of the world. Peirce ( The Book of America , Norton, 1983) with his coauthors delves into ... Read full review


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David C. Soule is the associate director at the Center for Urban and Regional Policy at Northeastern University. He is the principal advisor to the Regional Futures Institute of the National Association of Regional Councils and a member of the board of directors and former officer of the Alliance for Regional Stewardship.

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