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To Boldly Go Where No Market Has Gone before : Parcel 18 and the Limits to Progressive Local Land-Use Policy

By Kolko, Jed David

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Title: To Boldly Go Where No Market Has Gone before : Parcel 18 and the Limits to Progressive Local Land-Use Policy  
Author: Kolko, Jed David
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Language: English
Subject: Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, Linkage, Parcel 18, Roxbury, Boston (Mass.)
Collections: Government Library Collection
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1992
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David, K. J. (1992). To Boldly Go Where No Market Has Gone before : Parcel 18 and the Limits to Progressive Local Land-Use Policy. Retrieved from http://www.worldebooklibrary.net/


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Presented to the Harvard College Committee on Degrees in Social Studies in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a degree with honors of Bachelor of Arts; a case study of Parcel 18 (Ruggles Center) in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood; chapters include: Political Development and Development Politics (1950-1967: Back to Downtown: Manifestations of Downtown-Neighborhood Rivalry; 1967-1983: The [Mayor] White Years, and the Black Community; 1983: Linkage Payments and the Power of the Neighborhoods; 1983-1992: Boston Under Flynn), From Highway Plans to Development Plans (The Southwest Corridor; Obstacles to Development; The Theory of Parcel-to-Parcel Linkage; The BRA's Vision; Selecting a Developer), and Public Politicization (The MWRA [MA Water Resources Authority] Needs a New Home; Choosing Parcel 18; Fighting at the Statehouse; Attempts at a Compromise; The MWRA Thinks Again); also includes a theoretical argument about the economic constraints on local progessive land use policy; the author claims that this study is the only complete historical record of this development project; a copy of this item was in the BRA collection

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Contributor: Boston Public Library ; The digitization of this title was sponsored by Boston Public Library

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Additional Subjects: Politics; Development Projects; Downtown, Boston (Mass.); Land use; Ruggles Center, Boston (Mass.); Southwest Corridor

 

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