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The Organization of Progressive Planning

2005

Spring 2005

Spring 2005

FEATURES Fighting for Balanced Transportation in the Motor City  by Joe Grengs 7th Generation by Tom Angotti Sprawl and Justice by Thad..

April 28, 2005

Collective Consciousness in Landscape Architecture: Embracing a Social Justice Orientation to Professional Responsibility

By Kyle D. Brown and Todd Jennings Excerpted with minor revisions from Brown, K.D. and T. J. Jennings. Social Consciousness in Landscape..

April 24, 2005

Bush to Cities: “Drop Dead”

By Gregory D. Squires and Charis E. Kubrin The 1977 Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) has generated trillions of dollars for urban and rural..

April 24, 2005

Fighting for Balanced Transportation in the Motor City

By Joe Grengs No other governmental program comes close to influencing the divided geographic patterns of our metropolitan regions like..

April 24, 2005

Winter 2005

FEATURES Electoral Politics by Itself Doesn’t Work for the Left  by Frances Fox Piven 7th Generation by Chester Hartman and Tom..

January 30, 2005

Canadian Perspectives on the US Election

By R. Alan Walks “Morons Elect One of Their Own” was one of the more provocative headlines offered in the wake of the recent US..

January 24, 2005

Electoral Politics by Itself Doesn’t Work for the Left

By Frances Fox Piven A good many liberals and progressives are shocked at George Bush’s victory. Republican gains in the Senate and..

January 24, 2005

Where Do We Go from Here?

y Gus Newport Following the recent presidential election, many concerned and free-thinking Americans began to wonder, “Where do we go..

January 24, 2004
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