New towns in the United States: suburban enclaves or balanced communities?
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Guthrie S. Birkhead
Political science, housing policy, social integration
This paper is intended to examine the political, legal, and economic barriers hindering the development of low-income housing in new communities. This entails discussion of the problems inherent in large-scale planning, and of the effect of state and federal programs regarding financing, and of existing precedents.--Preface.
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Goertz, Margaret Eckel, "New towns in the United States: suburban enclaves or balanced communities?" (1971). Social Science - Dissertations. 104.