Cleveland: A Metropolitan Reader
Contemporary urban scholars examine the political economy, social development, and history of Cleveland from 1796 to the present in this interdisciplinary collection of essays. Also included are commentaries provided by the leaders of Cleveland, now actively working to transform the city. Though the contributors do not necessarily agree on the nature of Cleveland's problems or on appropriate solutions, together they offer a broad perspective on the reality of a great American city's growth, decline, and reinvention.
Kent State University Press
urban renewal, United States, urban planning, housing
Land Use Law | State and Local Government Law | Urban Studies
Keating, W Dennis; Krumholz, Norman; and Perry, David C., "Cleveland: A Metropolitan Reader" (1995). Scholarship Collection. 47.