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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Warner, Sam Bass, 1928-
Planning for a nation of cities.
Cambridge, M.I.T. Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sam Bass Warner
|Description:||ix, 310 p. : ill., maps ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. 1. The federal responsibility. National planning for healthy cities : two challenges to affluence / Gunnar Myrdal ; The public and private rationale for a national urban policy / John W. Dyckman ; Urban constraints and federal policy / Sam Bass Warner, Jr. ; Federal resources and urban needs / Murray L. Weidenbaum --
pt. 2. Work and the quality of urban life. The role of work in a mobile society / Marc A. Fried ; Work and identity in the lower class / Lee Rainwater ; Tomorrow's workers : the prospects for the urban labor force / Stanley Lebergott --
pt. 3. Responsive physical planning. Suburbs, subcultures, and the urban future / Bennett M. Berger ; The rising demand for urban amenities / Jean Gottmann ; A planning inventory for the metropolis / Joseph R. Passonneau ; Regional planning in Britain / John R. James ; A legal strategy for urban development / Daniel R. Mandelker --
pt. 4. Responsive urban services. Toward a framework for urban public management / Wilbur R. Thompson ; Urban education in long-term crisis / Judson T. Shaplin ; Urban politics and education / Robert H. Salisbury ; The reinstitutionalization of social welfare / Ralph E. Pumphrey.
|Responsibility:||edited by Sam Bass Warner, Jr.|