Saving America's Cities
Harvard University Professor Lizabeth Cohen looked at American urban policy in the 40 years following World War II through the life of urban planner Edward Logue, who was instrumental in the redevelopment of Boston and portions of New York City.
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Lizabeth Cohen Professor Harvard University->History
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