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Effects of Environmental Hazards & Regulation on Urban Redevelopment
Christopher Walker. Discusses basic issues confronting brownfields policy: the importance of environmental risk vs. neighborhood economic distress as deterrents to the neighborhood redevelopment. Addresses the significance of: site contamination as a deterrent to brownfield redevelopment; which environmental development cost or uncertainty most deters investment in redevelopment; & which types of State brownfield clean up policies & programs are likely to be conducive to investment & redevelopment. Sharpens the focus on what the real policy issues are & what are appropriate policy options for addressing these issues.
Southern World: Trade & Travel Routes
Between Friends: Writing Women Celebrate Friendship
Gates of the Alamo
Air Combat: The New Face of War
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