The Next America Revisited
This paper examines Columbia, Maryland, called "The Next America" by its founders in 1967. It compares the planning goals and actual achievements over the third of a century that the city has existed. The physical plan and social plan are discussed in turn, and their reinforcing aspects considered. Issues of community and identity, racial integration, education, religion, transportation, shopping, work, and parks are addressed. Many of the goals have been achieved; others have fallen short or evolved over time.
|Date of creation:||2003|
|Publication status:||Published in Journal of Planning Education and Research Summer 2003, Volume 22, Number 4, pp. 329-345.|
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