Planners Network

The Organization of Progressive Planning

Progressive Planning Magazine

Winter 2005

FEATURES

  • Electoral Politics by Itself Doesn’t Work for the Left 
    by Frances Fox Piven
  • 7th Generation
    by Chester Hartman and Tom Angotti
  • Back to Basics for Progressive Planners
    by Peter Marcuse
  • Act Locally: Strategies for Cities and Activists under Siege
    by Marie Kennedy and Chris Tilly
  • Needs Are Not Just Urban
    by Jonathan Lachance

U.S. URBAN POLICY AFTER THE 2004 ELECTIONS: THE VIEW FROM ABROAD

  • Canadian Perspectives on the US Election
    by R.Alan Walks
  • More Passion
    by Jordi Borja
  • Bush y América Latina
    by Alejandro Rofman
  • George Bush,American Pragmatism and Community Planning
    by Caterina Timpanaro
  • Up, Down, Inside, Outside: (New) Directions for Progressive Planning in the US
    by Josh Lerner

U.S. URBAN POLICY AFTER THE 2004 ELECTIONS: BACK AT THE RANCH

  • Where Do We Go from Here?
    by Gus Newport
  • Don’t Be Absent from the Tax Debate
    by Sheila Crowley
  • What Planners Must Do
    by Norman Krumholz
  • Expanding Affordable Housing Through Inclusionary Zoning
    by Angela Glover Blackwell & Kalima Rose
  • Community Engagement & More Connected Partnerships
    by Anne Pasmanick

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Planners Network is an association of professionals, activists, academics, and students involved in physical, social, economic, and environmental planning in urban and rural areas, who promote fundamental change in our political and economic systems.

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