Suburban America Signs of Success in the American City John Kenneth Galbraith The Affluent Society Subsidizing Suburbia Federal Housing Administration Home Owners Loan Corporation G.I. Bill (1944) National Defense Education Act (1958) Subsidizing Suburbia Federal Highway Act (1956) authorized $32 billion for national highway system by 1972 41,000 miles of road built for $72 billion Building Suburbia Mass Production Levittown, New York Lakewood, California Managing Suburbia Zoning Restrictions and Land-Use Policy Homeowner Associations Walls Enjoying Suburbia The Rise of Leisure Building ?Magic Lands? Instilling Suburban Values Finding God in the Suburbs Strengthening the Home in the Suburbs Educating the Young in the Suburbs Instilling Suburban Values The New Fast Food Nation Ray Kroc and McDonalds Robert Shuler and the Crystal Cathedral Protecting Suburbia By: Design Robert Moses Restrictive Covenants Homeowner Associations ?Neighborhood? Watch Suburbia?s Unintended Consequences Creating Disparity Urban-Suburban Lower class-Middle class Black-White Suburbia?s Unintended Consequences Creating Despair Urban Renewal Public Housing Urban Redevelopment Urban Freeways Suburbia?s Unintended Consequences Creating Crisis White Flight Neighborhood Warfare Urban Riots Detroit, 1967 Suburbia?s Unintended Consequences Creating Two Societies The Kerner Commission
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