Between eminence and notoriety : four decades of radical urban planning / Chester Hartman.

Hartman, Chester W. [Browse]
New Brunswick, N.J. : Center for Urban Policy Research, [2002], ©2002.
xv, 405 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm


Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Foreword / Jane Jacobs
  • Acknowledgments / Chester Hartman
  • Introduction: Between Eminence and Notoriety: Four Decades of Radical Urban Planning
  • Pt. 1. Displacement and Urban Renewal. 1. Social Values and Housing Orientations. 2. The Housing of Relocated Families. 3. Omissions in Evaluating Relocation Effectiveness Cited. 4. Displacement: A Not So New Problem. 5. The Right to Stay Put. 6. San Francisco's International Hotel: Case Study of a Turf Struggle. 7. San Francisco's Neighborhoods: Who Pays for Change? 8. The Illusion and Reality of Urban Renewal: A Case Study of San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center. 9. Designing for the Elderly: A User Needs Survey for Housing Low-Income Senior Citizens. 10. Neighborhood Fightback
  • Pt. 2. Housing Problems and Policies. 11. Good Homes. 12. Homeownership: Who's Got to Have It? 13. Housing Affordability. 14. Military Family Housing: The Other Public Housing Program. 15. A Radical Housing Alternative for the United States.
  • 16. Housing Policies under the Reagan Administration. 17. The Housing Part of the Homelessness Problem. 18. The Inequity of the Homeowner Deduction. 19. The Case for a Right to Housing
  • Pt. 3. Organizing and Activism. 20. Landlord Money Defeats Rent Control in San Francisco. 21. Running a Rent Control Initiative Campaign. 22. Divestment at Harvard: The Alumni Weigh In. 23. Sweet Charity Gone Sour: San Francisco's United Fund. 24. Bay Stater Inside Cuba. 25. The Voter Initiative as a Form of Citizen Participation in Swiss Transportation Policy. 26. Transportation Users Movements in Paris. 27. Paul Davidoff: An Appreciation
  • Pt. 4. Poverty and Race. 28. Notes on the President's Initiative on Race. 29. Reparations for Slavery
  • Pt. 5. Planning Education. 30. The Harvard Urban Field Service Program. 31. Reshaping Planning Education. 32. Uppity and Out: A Case Study in the Politics of Faculty Reappointments (and the Limitations of Grievance Procedures).
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  • 0882851721 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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