Roy Lubove'sTwentieth-Century Pittsburghis a pioneering analysis of elite driven, post-World War II urban renewal in a city once disdained as "hell with the lid off." The book continues to be invaluable to anyone interested in the fate of America's beleaguered metropolitan and industrial centers.
Subjects: Political Science, History
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