"A compelling narrative.... Jackson traces the consequences of the predominantly North American process [of suburbanization] through three centuries of technological, economic and social innovation."--Philadelphia Inquirer
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Just what I thought about where I moved to. I wish I stayed in the city, but out here are the good jobs and good schools.Published 8 days ago by Dave Easterday
"Crabgrass Frontier" focuses less on suburbs than on the process of urban "deconcentration" and its overall impact on metropolitan America. Read morePublished 1 month ago by HH
Great book in great condition and delivered on time and under budget. Thanks.Published 4 months ago by nickel
Though written a decade or more ago it is an insightful account of the interplay of transport and housing in the growth of American cities.Published 9 months ago by Edward Elly
This book provides a good look at how the US became a suburban nation, and why it didn't have to be so.Published 10 months ago by Walthall
a calssic that is still just as applicable today as when it came out 30 years ago.Published 11 months ago by N. Serrano
Great information for general knowledge. I had to use it for class, but I'd recommend for your personal library as well.Published 11 months ago by Terrince Autry
An extremely interesting read. Provides a narrative that can be found interesting by many fields: students of history, urban studies, economics and geography could definitely... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Basia