The urban vision; selected interpretations of the modern American city. Edited by Jack Tager and Park Dixon Goist.

Tager, Jack [Browse]
Homewood, Ill., Dorsey Press, 1970.
x, 310 p. 23 cm.


Joint comp
The Dorsey series in American history
The city: the hope of democracy, by F. C. Howe.--The challenge of the city, by J. Strong.--American city government, by C. Beard.--The city and civilization, by B. Whitlock.--Report on choice of site of the World's Columbian Exposition, by F. L. Olmsted.--Plan of Chicago, by D. H. Burnham.--Modern civic art, by C. M. Robinson.--What is civic art? By H. Croly.--The city: suggestions for the investigation of human behavior in the urban environment, by R. E. Park.--The growth of the city: an introduction to a research project, by E. W. Burgess.--Urbanism as a way of life, by L. Wirth.--The metropolitan community, by R. D. McKenzie.--Dinosaur cities, by C. S. Stein.--Report of the New York State Commission of Housing and Regional Planning, by H. Wright.--Townless highways for the motorist, by B. MacKaye and L. Mumford.--The regional survey of New York and its environs, by T. Adams.--The suburban dislocation, by D. Riesman.--The image of suburbia, by R. C. Wood.--The beer can in the cotton patch, by C. E. Silberman.--The future of the cities, by the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders.--Megalopolis, by J. Gottmann.--Why city planning is obsolete, by N. Glazer.--The generators of diversity, by J. Jacobs.--The failure of urban renewal, by H. J. Gans.--Dilemmas of urban America, by R. C. Weaver.
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