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Smart Growth


Smart Growth " In the past few years, widespread frustration with sprawling development patterns has precipitated an explosion in innovative thinking and action across the United States. This new thinking ? generally labeled as ?smart growth? ? contends that the shape and quality of metropolitan growth in America are no longer desirable or sustainable. It argues that metropolitan areas could grow in radically different ways if major government policies on land use, infrastructure and taxation were overhauled. This essay discusses the current state of smart growth and metropolitan thinking in the United States. "Smart Growth: The Future of the American Metropolis?" by Bruce Katz is published by the Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion


By Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion, US.

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