By Xiangming Chen,Nick Bacon,Llana Barber,Janet Bauer,Tom Condon,Jack Dougherty,James R. Gomes,Clyde McKee,Ezra Moser,Jason Rojas,Michael Sacks,John Shemo,Louise Simmons,Andrew Walsh,Lyle Wray
The myriad of dilemmas confronting Hartford demands this booklet to take an interdisciplinary technique. The editors’ advent locations Hartford in a world comparative standpoint; half I presents wealthy historic delineations of the various rises and (not rather) falls of Hartford; half II bargains a vast modern therapy of Hartford via dissecting contemporary immigration and reading the demographic and academic dimensions of the city-suburban divide; and half III unpacks Hartford’s present social, fiscal, and political state of affairs and discusses what the town may well develop into. utilizing the teachings from this publication on Hartford and different underappreciated secondary towns in New England, city students, leaders, and citizens alike can achieve a couple of crucial insights—both theoretical and sensible.
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Confronting Urban Legacy: Rediscovering Hartford and New England's Forgotten Cities by Xiangming Chen,Nick Bacon,Llana Barber,Janet Bauer,Tom Condon,Jack Dougherty,James R. Gomes,Clyde McKee,Ezra Moser,Jason Rojas,Michael Sacks,John Shemo,Louise Simmons,Andrew Walsh,Lyle Wray