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Contents Preface William S. Saunders Introduction: Planning Now for the Twenty-first Century Alexander Garvin 1. The Return of Urban Renewal: Dan Doctoroff's Grand Plans for New York City Susan S. Fainstein 2. Deadlock Plus 50: On Public Housing in New York Richard Plunz and Michael Sheridan 3. Democracy Takes Command: The New Community Planning and the Challenge to Urban Design John Kaliski 4. Can Planning Be a Means to Better Architecture? Chicago's Building Boom and Design Quality Lynn Becker 5. An Anatomy of Civic Ambition in Vancouver: Toward Humane Density Leonie Sandercock 6. Paved with Good Intentions: Boston's Central Artery Project and a Failure of City Building Hubert Murray 7. Public Planning and Private Initiative: The South Boston Waterfront Matthew J. Kiefer 8. Omaha by Design-All of It: New Prospects in Urban Planning and Design Jonathan Barnett 9. Is Eminent Domain for Economic Development Constitutional? Jerold S. Kayden 10. From New Regionalism to the Urban Network: Changing the Paradigm of Growth Peter Calthorpe 11. Design by Deception: The Politics of Megaproject Approval Bent Flyvbjerg Contributors
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City planning -- Case studies.