Managing the City: The Aims and Impacts of Urban Policy
Brian Turnbull Robson
Croom Helm, 1987 - City planning - 220 pages
This topical study examines the successes and failures of recent urban policy and considers the future.
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Introduction M36 1987
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Policy for the Postindustrial City
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