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Americans' long quest to combine the amenities of technological civilization with the pleasures of natural surroundings may at last be rewarded. If they are not
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Why government policies encourage urban sprawl and the alternatives offered by new urbanismWhy government policies encourage urban sprawl and the alternatives offered by new urbanism
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Labor-Market Inequality between Blacks and Whites: How Demography, Geography, and History Matter Jenny BourneLabor-Market Inequality between Blacks and Whites: How Demography, Geography, and History Matter Jenny Bourne
Labor-Market Inequality between Blacks and Whites: How Demography, Geography, and History Matter
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The future of urban America in the global economyThe future of urban America in the global economy
American Planning Association. Journal of the American Planning Association; Chicago; Spring 1996; Stegman, Michael A; Turner, Margery Austin
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Urban Change and Neighborhood Politics in San Diego: a comparative PerspectiveUrban Change and Neighborhood Politics in San Diego: a comparative Perspective
Residents of these communities are considered well equipped to influence the design of local and urban politics. To sum it up, ethnic minorities are supposed to have less influence on urban development and are therefore less likely to benefit
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Suburbanization of Urban China: a conceptual Framework Yixing Zhou, Peking UniversitySuburbanization of Urban China: a conceptual Framework Yixing Zhou, Peking University
The authors thank Dr. Feng Jian, Peking University, and Mr. David Chunyu, University at Albany, for their assistance in the preparation of this essay
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Growth, Sprawl, and the Contradictions of Capitalism: San Diego Suburbs and the Speculative Frenzy, 1970-1991Growth, Sprawl, and the Contradictions of Capitalism: San Diego Suburbs and the Speculative Frenzy, 1970-1991
Nevertheless, there is no reason why land in San Diego must be overpriced, except for the desire to profit from speculation in land use futures
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Chapter 1 The Ancient World Lesson 1Chapter 1 The Ancient World Lesson 1
Western Asia, Egypt, India, and China—that gave rise to the great empires of the ancient world. These included the Persian and Assyrian Empires, the empire of Alexander the Great, the Roman Empire, the Mauryan and Gupta Empires in India
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Ap hug: Migration Instructional ResourcesAp hug: Migration Instructional Resources
Learning Objective 1: Describe the difference between international and internal migration
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The Great Ancient Khmer CivilizationThe Great Ancient Khmer Civilization
Significant portions of the following historical overview were contributed by dc-cam from
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Spain spain, officially the Kingdom of SpainSpain spain, officially the Kingdom of Spain
Biscay and on the west by the Atlantic Ocean (containing the Canary Islands off the African coast). Spain shares land borders with Portugal, France, Andorra, Gibraltar, and Morocco
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Chapter 17 Industrialization and Nationalism (1750-1910) Sec. 1 Latin American RevolutionsChapter 17 Industrialization and Nationalism (1750-1910) Sec. 1 Latin American Revolutions
Society in Spanish America was divided among peninsulares, creoles, and mestizos
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