The Federal bulldozer; a critical analysis of urban renewal, 1949-1962.

Cambridge, M.I.T. Press [1964] .

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Subjects City planning -- United States.
City planning.
Rénovation urbaine -- États-Unis.
United States.
Urban renewal -- United States.
Urban renewal.
Series Publication of the Joint Center for Urban Studies.
Description xiv, 272 pages illustrations 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 262-266).
Contents 1. Introduction: Renewal by Government Decree -- 2. How the Program Works -- 3. The Program Mushrooms -- 4. The Consequences -- 5. The Land Lies Vacant -- 6. The New Building -- 7. The Private Developer -- 8. Where Does the Money Come From? -- 9. Rehabilitation -- 10. The Tax Increase Myth -- 11. Effect on the National Economy -- 12. Urban Renewal and the Constitution-- 13. Changes in Housing Quality -- 14. Conclusion: Repeal the Urban Renewal Program.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)261259
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Anderson, Martin, 1936-2015.
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