Civitas by Design takes a critical look at the history of the use of urban planning to strengthen civic ties in the United States over the course of the twentieth century.
2010 | 240 pages | Cloth $34.95 | Paper $22.50
American History | Public Policy
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Table of Contents
1. Progressive Reform Through Environmental Intervention
2. The Garden City in America
3. The City: Film as Artifact
4. The Evolution of Neighborhood Planning
5. The Planned Shopping Center in Suburb and City
6. James Rouse and American City Planning
7. The New Urbanism: ''Organizing Things That Matter'
8. Civitas in the Design of Low-Income Housing