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Author Williamson, Thad.
Title Sprawl, justice, and citizenship [electronic resource] : the civic costs of the American way of life / Thad Williamson.
Publication Info Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.



Descript x, 404 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents Introduction : sprawl as a moral issue -- Defining, explaining, and measuring sprawl -- Counting costs and benefits : is sprawl efficient? -- Do people like sprawl (and so what if they do?) -- Is sprawl fair? Liberal egalitarianism and sprawl -- Liberal egalitarianism in a cul-de-sac? Sprawl, liberal virtue, and social solidarity -- Sprawl, civic virtue, and the political economy of citizenship -- You can't march on a strip mall : sprawl and civic disengagement -- Sprawl, the environment, and climate change -- Reforming sprawl, and beyond.
Note .
ISBN 9780195369434 (alk. paper)
0195369432 (alk. paper)
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Author Williamson, Thad.
Subject Cities and towns -- United States -- Growth.
Social justice -- United States.
Citizenship -- United States.
Descript x, 404 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents Introduction : sprawl as a moral issue -- Defining, explaining, and measuring sprawl -- Counting costs and benefits : is sprawl efficient? -- Do people like sprawl (and so what if they do?) -- Is sprawl fair? Liberal egalitarianism and sprawl -- Liberal egalitarianism in a cul-de-sac? Sprawl, liberal virtue, and social solidarity -- Sprawl, civic virtue, and the political economy of citizenship -- You can't march on a strip mall : sprawl and civic disengagement -- Sprawl, the environment, and climate change -- Reforming sprawl, and beyond.
Note .
ISBN 9780195369434 (alk. paper)
0195369432 (alk. paper)
Author Williamson, Thad.
Subject Cities and towns -- United States -- Growth.
Social justice -- United States.
Citizenship -- United States.

Subject Cities and towns -- United States -- Growth.
Social justice -- United States.
Citizenship -- United States.
Descript x, 404 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents Introduction : sprawl as a moral issue -- Defining, explaining, and measuring sprawl -- Counting costs and benefits : is sprawl efficient? -- Do people like sprawl (and so what if they do?) -- Is sprawl fair? Liberal egalitarianism and sprawl -- Liberal egalitarianism in a cul-de-sac? Sprawl, liberal virtue, and social solidarity -- Sprawl, civic virtue, and the political economy of citizenship -- You can't march on a strip mall : sprawl and civic disengagement -- Sprawl, the environment, and climate change -- Reforming sprawl, and beyond.
Note .
ISBN 9780195369434 (alk. paper)
0195369432 (alk. paper)

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