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The Organization of Progressive Planning

Progressive Planning Magazine back issues

Spring 2005


  • Fighting for Balanced Transportation in the Motor City 
    by Joe Grengs
  • 7th Generation
    by Tom Angotti
  • Sprawl and Justice
    by Thad Williamson
  • Strategies to End Domestic Violence and Promote Community Sustainability
    by Jessica Dexter
  • Community Development as Improvised Performance
    by Esther Farmer
  • Planning Open Space:The World Social Forum and Neoliberalism
    by Josh Lerner
  • Bush to Cities: “Drop Dead” 
    by Gregory D. Squires and Charis E.Kubrin
  • Prison Privatization: Frugal Spending or Investment Scam?
    by Margaret Cowell
  • Engaging the Pervasive:A Productive Way to Discuss Racism
    by William M. Harris, Sr.
  • Assessing Obstacles to PhD Programs for People of Color
    by Camille Tuason Mata


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