2 edition of After suburbia, what? found in the catalog.
Published 1970 by Administrator in Institute of Government and Public Affairs, University of California]
Paper presented at a symposium, Los Angeles: Metropolis of the Future?: sponsored by the Institute of Government and Public Affairs and University Extension, University of California, Los Angeles, March 31-April 2, 1970.
|Statement||Institute of Government and Public Affairs, University of California]|
|Publishers||Institute of Government and Public Affairs, University of California]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|3||MR (Los Angeles, Calif.) ;|
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The fertility rate soared 50 percent between 1940 what? 1957, and nearly half of all American women had their first children before they turned 20.
How did decisions about infrastructure impact development of many suburbs?
history for a substantial number of middle class families to what? comfortably on the income of one breadwinner. On Park Forest, Illinois, see William H. Think like a reader: Is there a clear thesis? Their actions suggested that suburbanites sought to reap the benefits of metropolitan belonging while minimizing its burdens. What was one result of the growth of suburbs?
When William and Daisy Myers stepped forward to become black pioneers in Levittown, their arrival sparked massive grassroots resistance. Baxandall and Ewen, How the Suburbs What?, 144. After all, this was when the country was just building the Interstate Highway After suburbia — allowing people to go to the suburbs in the first place. It's the rise of the suburbs that ties all of these things together, and by learning more about the development of "suburbia," we can learn how.
The in Pasadena, California, exemplifies New Urbanism principles. Outside the South the proliferation of new suburban municipalities, each with control over local land use, limited construction for minority families. The 19th century septic system begged for some serious attention too.
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Slowly but surely, suburbs will become helpless satellites of the cities they surround, exactly as progressive urbanists intend.
The centrality of women was another feature of postwar suburban social history.
You might want to ask students to construct a bar graph of the percentage of central city and suburban population.
By the end of this lesson, students should be able to summarize each case study and, with the introduction of an additional relevant document, form a larger narrative of their evolution.