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Progressive Planning Magazine back issues

Spring 2003 War, Cities, and Urban Planning

  • War and the Urban ‘Geopolitical Footprint’ 
    By Michael Dudley
  • Seventh Generation
    By Tom Angotti
  • Over 160 US Cities for Peace 
    By Eugene Patron
  • Dividing and Rebuilding Beirut 
    By Katja Simons
  • Vieques: El Impacto del Bombardeo en las Poblaciones Civiles Plan Puebla Panama
    By Wendy Call
  • Roadmap to Stop the Bulldozers For a More Social World Forum
    By Theresa Williamson
  • Asian Social Forum
    By Penelope Duda
  • Water Poverty and Neoliberal Reforms
    By Larissa Larsen
  • Pobreza Urbana En Argentina
    By Alejandro Rofman
  • Administrationís Voucher Proposal By National Low Income Housing Coalition Under Attack: Public Sector Workers
    By Renee Toback
  • Texas Record Shows Dangers of Faith-Based Policy
    By Don Monkerud

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