By: Lewis Hopkins
288 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Explains the logic of plans for urban development and justifies prescriptions about when and how to make them, and explores the concepts behind plans, some that are widely accepted but seldom examined, and others that modify conventional wisdom about the use and usefulness of plans.
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