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North American suburbs : politics, diversity, and change / edited by John Kramer.

Berkeley : Glendessary Press, [1972] .
ISBN 0877097178, 9780877097174

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George Washington
Gelman stacks
HT 122 .K7 Available Request
Mt. Vernon campus stacks
HT122 .K7 Available Request
LIB stacks
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UNIV General stacks
301.362 K6n, 1972 Available Request
George Mason
Fenwick stacks
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Other Authors Kramer, John.
Subjects Banlieues -- Amérique du Nord.
Cities and towns -- Growth.
North America.
Suburbs -- North America.
Villes -- Croissance.
Description xxi, 330 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Also issued online.
Contents The myth of suburbia / Bennett M. Berger -- The process of suburban development / S.D. Clark -- Urbanism and suburbanism as ways of life: a re-evaluation of definitions / by Herbert J. Gans -- The big change in suburbia Frederick Lewis Allen -- The suburban boom / Ben J. Wattenberg with Richard M. Scammon -- Suburban persistence / Reynolds Farley -- The social and economic characteristics of American suburbs / Leo F. Schnore -- The home in Crestwood Heights / John R. Seeley, R. Alexander Sim, and Elizabeth W. Loosley -- An anatomy of suburbia / Herbert J. Gans -- The natural history of a reluctant suburb / William M. Dobriner -- Jewish-gentile relations in Lakeville / Benjamin B. Ringer -- The other Mayor Lee / John Kramer -- Mobile homes: instant suburbia or transportable slums? / R.M. French and J.K. Hadden -- The political sociology of American suburbia: a reinterpretation / Frederick M. Wirt -- Political perspectives of suburban party leaders / Dennis S. Ippolito -- Political participation in an upper-middle-class suburb / Joseph Zikmund II and Robert Smith -- The metropolitan government approach: should, can, and will it prevail? / Daniel R. Grant -- Suburban action: advocate planning for an open society / Paul and Linda Davidoff and Neil Newton Gold -- The case for crowding / William H. Whyte.
Geographic Area North America
Network Numbers (OCoLC)314046
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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