The Politics of Exclusionary Zoning in Suburbia
Michael N. Danielson discusses the factors that account for local resistance to opening the suburbs to subsidized housing. He argues that lack of incentives for local officials and residents, combined with the weak articulation of latent sources of support for open housing, tend to preclude significant policy change from within suburbia.
The Suburban Racial Dilemma: Housing and Neighborhoods, W. Dennis Keating Reviewed by Michael N. Danielson
Economic Integration in New Communities: An Evaluation of Factors Affecting Policies and Implementation, Helene V. Smookler Reviewed by Michael N. Danielson
Urban Mass Transportation: A Dozen Years of Federal Policy, George M. Smerk Reviewed by Michael N. Danielson
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