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Opening up the suburbs; an urban strategy for America.


New Haven, Yale University Press, 1973.
ISBN 0300014643, 9780300014648

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Subjects Agglomeraties.
Banlieues -- États-Unis.
Cities and towns -- United States.
Cities and towns.
Sociaal-economische ontwikkeling.
Stadtentwicklung.
Stedelijke ontwikkeling.
Suburbs -- United States.
Suburbs.
United States.
Villes -- États-Unis.
Vorort.
Description ix, 219 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1973.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Urban development in the United States and its inherent injustice -- Economic and racial differences between central cities and suburbs -- The growing dominance of the suburbs -- The benefits of opening up the suburbs -- The costs and who should pay them -- Neighborhood linkages and residential exclusion -- Sources of opposition -- Preliminary conditions of reconcilation -- The viability of neighborhoods -- Achieving economically balanced population -- Why improving the inner city requires opening up the suburbs -- Principles of a strategy of dispersed economic integration -- Quantifying the strategy -- Policies and tactics -- Some likely objections to opening up the suburbs -- Making the choice.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)816932
(OCoLC)ocm00816932
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WorldCat Identities Downs, Anthony.
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