2 edition of Crisis of the cities. found in the catalog.
Crisis of the cities.
Frederick K. Huntington-Vigman
1955 by Public Affairs Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||55009784|
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Chapter 5 discusses income inequality in cities and presents measures of the degree of wage and income inequality. Not doing so, however, means that we will not even begin to address in a serious manner those issues that over time could eventually destroy many of our American cities as we have known them. In the s and '70s, the circumstances of cities received significant attention and there was considerable debate about whether there was and what do about the nation's "urban crisis. The infamous Proposition 13, a ballot initiative that capped property taxes, meant that new housing could cost cities more in services than it would bring in through taxes.
The burden of solving the New Urban Crisis falls upon Crisis of the cities. book and other urban leaders. Inafter the urban riots ofa report from the Illinois Assembly on the States and Its Cities concluded that the State of Illinois had not given sufficient attention to the needs of urban areas. Rick Holliday, a developer who hopes to make construction more affordable by building apartments in a factory and stacking them together on site, embodies yet another solution. Triggered by the collapse of the housing bubble in the U. The bulk of affordable housing subsidy is delivered through the Housing Choice Voucher and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit programs, which in fact subsidize rental housing. Behind the creamy stone wreck runs the 8m-high concrete backdrop of the West Bank barrier, the security wall eventually planned to stretch over km, crowned with the barbed-wire summit of an Israeli watchtower.
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Jacobs decried the decline of cities which she attributed to urban planning that benefited the central business districts at the expense of local neighborhoods and communities. Shermaneach of whom is depicted in the book. Paradigm shifts in economic governance have been undertaken successfully in the past; we are just out of practice.
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Once a suburban community grew large enough, the neighboring big city would loosen its borders and swallow it up through annexation. In the United States the unemployment rate hit almost 25 percent at the peak of the crisis in Since then, a variety of other considerations have preempted the once prominent position of the issue of central cities in crisis and moved it to the outer fringes of the public policy radar screen for the domestic arena.
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Yet governments seem incapable of setting out a vision for the future of cities. The kinds of industries that are now driving the economy flourish in just a few urban locations, where firms and workers cluster. By the early s, the concerns about urban areas and those of low socioeconomic status who resided there had begun to disappear altogether.
And, as Florida himself has argued, the vast majority of new rental housing is luxury, and the notion that this housing will filter down rapidly and be affordable to lower-income renters is not borne out by the evidence. The best way to follow issues you care about. He goes on to note that "In America's biggest metro areas, six in 10 homes are considered 'within reach' of the middle class.
While Florida applauds reducing NIMBY restrictions on housing development, including in low-density exclusionary suburbs, he makes a point to recognize that increasing density alone will not lead to housing affordable for lower-income households in high-demand, highly urban locations.
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