CHANGING PLANS FOR AMERICA S INNER CITIE: CINCINNATI'S OVER-THE-RHINE AND TWENTIET
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In the nineteenth century Cincinnati's historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood was a diverse suburb, but in the twentieth century it became on inner-city slum, burdened with a broad range of problems. As Zane L. Miller and Bruce Tucker point out, however, Over-the-Rhine's history is also the history of planning for both inner-city neighborhoods and big-city downtowns. Beginni...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published January 1st 1998 by Ohio State University Press
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