xviii, 308 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Part One, Understanding regionalism. The New York region : 2,179 governments The values of regionalism Part Two, Regionalism and the New York City experience. One grand and glorious city Creating real local government in New York City The limits of metropolitanism. Part Three, Functional regionalism. Across state lines : the Port Authority Single-state agencies : the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and New Jersey Transit Part Four, The regional idea in subregional settings. The persistence of suburban localism Two approaches : bottom up and top down Part Five, The nation in the regional arena. The case of solid waste Part Six, Conclusion. Lessons for the future.
"A Century Foundation Book."
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-299) and index.