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Geography Of Nowhere: The Rise And Decline of America's Man-Made Landscape

by James Howard Kunstler Author

The Geography of Nowhere examines the lackluster suburban approach to land-use and critiques the flaws in a manner both cogent and entertaining. America was once a land of thriving Main streets but now there are dead zones in cities, food deserts, and a nightmare sprawl of stripmalls and parking lots. Americans are wild about their cars, but this fondness comes with a huge price both economically and social. Kunstler argues for cities designed with walking as the primary mode of transportation.

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