AMERICAN PLANNING: Past-Present-Future by Cleveland Rodgers

AMERICAN PLANNING: Past-Present-Future

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An historical vista of governmental planning, its mechanisms, obstacles, the opposition to it, the failures and successes. Surveying, as if from the air, following the Colonial developments, indicating the reasons for the steps taken and how they were done, this follows the course of American history and provides arguments and notes on the American fear of governmental supervision, indicates the achievements to date and the need for future nation-wide planning for the future.

Pub Date: March 10th, 1947
Publisher: Harper