New Book: history of radical urban planning
Posted by on May 24, 2002
[World Wide Workers via Comm-Org]
* Between Eminence and Notoriety: Four Decades of Radical Urban Planning by Chester Hartman, Center for Urban Policy Research Press. The collected works of the urban planner and activist who is now director of the Poverty & Race Research Action Council, which links academics with community groups for joint projects. The collection is Introduced by an autobiographical essay.
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