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The Garden City Movement Up-to-Date (Classic Reprint)

The Garden City Movement Up-to-Date (Classic Reprint)

ISBN: 9780415748735
Publisher: Routledge
Edition: 1
Publication Date: 2015-05-15
Number of pages: 134
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Excerpt from The Garden City Movement Up-to-Date

The United States, Austria, France, Holland, Russia, Germany, South Africa, Poland, Belgium, Canada, New Zealand, India, Hungary, Roumania, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, West Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, Turkey, Norway, Sweden', Spain, Italy, Nova Scotia, Argentina, South Africa, Switzerland, Crete, Trinidad, Burma, Denmark, Japan, Ceylon, Uruguay, Greece, Fiji Islands, West Africa, Newfoundland, Egypt. The names are taken haphazard from the list, and with no idea of order. In each of these countries are members of the Association, and the monthly magazine goes there regularly.

In many cases definite results have been accomplished in the formation of allied bodies in different parts of the world elsewhere Town Planning schemes have been forwarded or, again, model villages have been founded on co-partnership lines. Everywhere this message of the Garden City has been hailed with acclamation by men and women by whom the existing state of affairs is seen to be not only ugliness and inconvenience, but degradation - the loss of the love of the beautiful things of earth, the obsession of the human mind with the things that are really of little value, and the neglect of the great and overwhelming problems of existence.

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