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Great book in great condition and delivered on time and under budget. Thanks.Published 2 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 7 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 8 months ago by Walthall
a calssic that is still just as applicable today as when it came out 30 years ago.Published 8 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 9 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 12 months ago by Basia
This book is THE basic reference on American suburbs, their cause and, sometimes, their cure. Jackson's chapters on how government-subsidized financing practically guaranteed... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sharon Karpinski
This book takes you on a thought provoking and informative journey into how we suburbanized, urbanized, sprawled and became who we are. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Susan Ward