The End of the Suburbs
Where the American Dream Is Moving
ISBN 9781101608180 | 272 pages | 01 Aug 2013 | Portfolio
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According to Fortune’s Leigh Gallagher, powerful social, economic, and demographic forces are converging to render the suburbs unnecessary, and even undesirable, for an everincreasing number of Americans.
Gallagher introduces us to a cast of innovators who are redefining the American dream away from the traditional bucolic subdivision. She reveals why the decline of the suburbs isn’t a tragedy, but will ultimately lead to stronger, happier, and healthier communities for all of us.
“Fascinating reading on changing trends in how and where we live.”
“Required reading for anyone interested in the future of the United States.”
—Kenneth T. Jackson, professor of history, Columbia University
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