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January/February 1998

Review: William J. Wilson’s When Work Disappears

By Dick Platkin One of the most vexing problems facing progressive planners in the United States is the enduring poverty of America’s..

September 6, 1998

January/February 1998

Columns The Seventh Generation: Street Life and a Connection to the Land  by Tom Angotti Feature Planners Can Plan to Plant  by Ellen..

January 30, 1998

Two Corners of the Same Tent, A Response to Tom Angotti

by Timothy Ross It is possible to support public housing as part of a broader progressive strategy — two corners of the same tent...

January 6, 1998

PLANNERS CAN PLAN TO PLANT Community Gardens Fill Green Gaps in New York City

by Ellen Kirby New York City has the largest urban parks system in the United States. Covering some 26,000 acres, these parks serve a..

January 6, 1998

The Seventh Generation Street Life and a Connection to the Land

by Tom Angotti HANOI, VIETNAM — If you love livable cities, hurry up to Hanoi. This city missed generations of “urban..

January 6, 1998
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