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THE PROLEMB OF CITIES IS BAD ADMINISTRATION., BRINGING INEQUALITY IN ECONOMICS --RACIAL-0P0RTUNITIES EDUCATION- AND FINALLY US PEOPLE LEARN HOW TO VOTE.Published 2 months ago by pialtieri
One of the most important books I've ever read. We need more economic histories of urban development.Published 4 months ago by Amirvala Tavakoli
An interesting pro-urban thought experiment. Obviously you should read this after the Death and Life of Great American Cities. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A E H
Clearly written. compelling argument for cities as creators of the wealth of nations. An argument for small government
allowing individual freedom to innovate. Read more
It's a classic for a reason. Very good analysis and an easy, enjoyable read. A good gift for your city's mayor.Published 24 months ago by Rene
This book is used for my development reading group. I read it in two weeks and basically couldn't understand what Jane Jacobs was talking about. Read morePublished on December 31, 2012 by marymerry
From the cover, I expected this to be a dry read, but it wasn't.
One of the most pervasive ideas I found in it was the idea that having a close-knit community, good lighting,... Read more
This is a marvelous book, but it has one flaw. She talks about the archaeological site of Catal Huyuk, in Turkey, as an example of how cities developed. Read morePublished on September 15, 2011 by Michel Cargal