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Man and the Modern City
Ten Essays
Geen, Elizabeth , Lowe, Jeanne , Walker, Kenneth
No single view of American cities captures the many problems of urban life-whether the city is analyzed by a politician, an architect, an urban planner, a sociologist, or a psychologist. Man and the Modern City presents the view of ten distinguished urban critics whose variety of approaches places the crucial issues of the city in a broad perspective.

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Elizabeth Geen was dean and professor of English at Goucher College.
Jeanne Lowe was a senior fellow at the Urban Center of New York University.
Kenneth Walker is professor emeritus of history at Goucher College.
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No single view of American cities captures the many problems of urban life-whether the city is analyzed by a politician, an architect, an urban planner, a sociologist, or a psychologist. Man and the Modern City presents the view of ten distinguished urban critics whose variety of approaches places the crucial issues of the city in a broad perspective.
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