On the Nature of Cities: Toward Enduring and Creative Human Environments
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On the Nature of Cities: Toward Enduring and Creative Human Environments

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Kenneth Schneider's achievement . . . is to have written a highly intelligent book that is at the same time both stimulating and readable---a rare occurrence. Overall, this is one of the most thought-provoking books that I have read on our modern business-created society and the individual's place within this society.
"R. Joseph Monsen"
University of Washington

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Paperback, 384 pages
Published December 22nd 2003 by Authors Choice Press
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