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Fascinating book,especially if you didn't grow up in America and wonder why it can look so weird and homogenous.Published 2 months ago by MrSid
My first intro to Kunstler was watching his equally informative speech on Americas urban design nightmares on You.Tube TED talks. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ghost71(jeesh)
The Geography of Nowhere is a great book and fun to read but it is extremely dated material. If foretells of walkable communities but does not detail them at all. Read morePublished 3 months ago by THE AUTISTIC WEREWOLF
I'm really glad I read this book!
The part that I loved, first of all, is that there is a new forward in here from 2013-2014. Read more
Finally I understand why I revile the suburbs so much and why I love my current digs so much.Published 4 months ago by E. Stockwell
This is a classic book about where architecture went wrong and what we can do to get it backPublished 5 months ago by Alice Friedemann
One of the most important books about why things are the way they are, and how to fix them!Published 6 months ago by Bertram D.