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Spring 2010

Spring 2010 Who Rebuilds Haiti?

Spring 2010 Who Rebuilds Haiti?

The Seventh Generation Haiti’s Fault Lines: Made in the U.S.A. by Marie Kennedy and Chris Tilly Planning by Transnational Institutions:..

April 28, 2010

Los Angeles Throws its General Plan Overboard as the Ship Goes Down

By Richard Platkin The Los Angeles Times (March 1 and March 14, 2010), Southern California’s rapidly shrinking, former newspaper of..

April 14, 2010

Smart Decline and Planning Ideology

By Aaron McKeon Last September, Time began a year of coverage of Detroit. Judging by the coverage in the September issue and subsequent..

April 14, 2010

Two World Urban Forums, Two Worlds Apart

By Peter Marcuse Two major world forums focused on urban issues—the U.N.-sponsored World Urban Forum (WUF) and a..

April 14, 2010

Arizona Immigration Law

Date Published: 5/22/2010 Planners Network calls on planners to resist the odious Arizona Immigration Law As progressive planners who are..

April 14, 2010

The Complicated Relationship of Global NGOs and Local Popular Movements: Reflections from South Africa

By Richard Pithouse It’s often assumed that the international reach of big multinational institutions like the World Bank and the..

April 14, 2010

Feeding Dependency, Starving Democracy…Still

By Nikhil Aziz (A shorter version of this article was published by CommonDreams.org on March 16, 2010.) Some of the advice for how Haiti..

April 14, 2010
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