The Tao of smart growth: (The way that can be named is not the way)

Raymond Young
All professions are prone to fads and fashionable trends. Planning is no exception. "Smart growth" is attractive because it asks no questions, provides all the answers, and invites no critical thought. It's entirely packaged: all we have to do is unwrap it and wonder at its truth. Planners have a duty to break smart growth rhetoric down to its components- to think about them, test them, and make judgements about what works and what doesn't....
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