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September 02 , 2007

Everything In Its Place: Social Order and Land Use in America


Interviews with bankers, civic leaders, politicians, and architects provide the basis for this searching analysis of the ways in which the physical arrangement of land expresses American ideals, assumptions, and beliefs.

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