Elsewhere in the "Radical Suburbs" media blitz ....

Washingtonian ran a very nice preview piece focusing on the chapter about Greenbelt, Maryland. And Metropolis ran a q&a with author Amanda Kolson Hurley that notes: “While contemporary issues of segregation, inequity, and climate change seem to call for a wholesale abandonment of suburban values, Radical Suburbs insists that history can provide surprising insight into these national issues.”

The book was also excerpted this week in both Architect magazine and CityLab


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