Suburban Land Conversion in the United States: An Economic and Governmental Process

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INDEX
Abrams, Charles, 59, 59n, 72, 72n
Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, 35n, 54n, 144n, 145
Alan M. Voorhees and Associates, 174n, 300
Alee, David J., 53n, 56, 62n, 132n
Almendinger, Vladimir V., 64n, 147n, 149n, 278n
Altshuler, Alan A., 77, 108, 108n
American Bar Association, 93
American Institute of Planners, 92-93; publications, 68n, 73n, 76, 77, 92n, 93n, 97, 131n, 159n, 164n, 169n, 170n, 172n, 174n, 175n, 178n, 179n, 180n, 183n, 184n, 195n, 278n, 331, 331n, 332n, 346, 352, 362n
American Society of Planning Officials, 76, 77, 110, 176n
Andrus, Newton W., 60n, 80n, 122n
Apartments, 44
Aschman, F. T., 63n
Atkinson, L. Jay, 325
"Atlantic Metropolitan Region, " 195, 223, 325
Babcock, Richard F., 77, 99, 108, 108n, 176n, 345
Bain, Henry, 362n
Baltimore Regional Planning Council, 298, 300, 305; see also Regional Planning Council
Baltimore, SMSA, 298-305
Baltimore-Washington Interregional Study, 305
Banfield, Edward C., 68n, 96, 96n, 109, 109n, 182n
Bartholomew, Harland, 26, 26n, 56, 209
Berry, Brian J. L., 18n, 51, 51n, 173n
Best, Robin, 212
Beyer, Glenn H., 59n
Black, Russell Van Nest, 92n
Blake, Peter, 56
Bollens, John C., 145
Bosselman, Fred P., 76
Boston: nationality group property retention, 171, 171n; population at different dates with different boundaries, 34- 35; SMSA, 281-85
Bowden, Gerald D., 93n
Boyce, Ronald R., 68n
Brigham, Eugene F., 128, 128n
Builders of houses, 84-91, 101, 104, 145- 46, 255-56
Building codes, 105
Burby, Raymond J., 60n, 122n
Burgess, Ernest W., 94
Burton, Ian, 198n
Business location, 173-74
Buyers of homes, 72-74, 79-84, 256-57
California, legal provisions for assessing farm land at use value, 122
California Joint Committee on Open Space Land, 93n
Capital role in development process, 71- 72, 99-101, 104, 123-26, 258-59, 332
Carll, Richard R., 57
Carpenter, J. Raymond, 53n
Castle, Emery N., 168n
Census of Agriculture, 203, 214, 216, 217
Census of Housing, 235
Censuses of population, 208, 209, 211, 213; 1790, 33; 1950, 24; 1960, 21, 23- 24, 191, 331
Center for Metropolitan Studies, 362n
Change as a process in land use, 70
Chapin, F. Stuart, Jr., 68, 68n, 73n, 76, 93, 93n, 94, 122n, 164, 164n, 183n

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