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Neighborhoodism

Stephen Barton wrote a nice review of Activists in City Hall (in Progressive Planning – Spring 2011) in which he leveled a reasonable criticism: There are definite weaknesses in the book. . . No effort is made to reconcile the suggestion that Berkeley's turn toward...

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Progressive City Process

Activists in City Hall makes the case that progressive cities delivered a product in the 1980s. Chicago and Boston were progressive when they tackled inequality head-on. Boston established “linkage” – channeling developer contributions into an affordable housing trust...

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