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Re: [HousingElementCommittee] news article

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  • irvin dawid
    Amy, Thank you for sharing this excellent dialog between the 2 researchers. I enjoyed reading it, esp. as a to-be-planner - at SJSU. I m copying a listserve
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      Amy,
      Thank you for sharing this excellent dialog between the 2 researchers.
      I enjoyed reading it, esp. as a 'to-be-planner'- at SJSU.
      I'm copying a listserve that alums, faculty, and some classmates belong to.
      Irvin


      >From: "Amy Glad" <aglad@...>
      >Reply-To: HousingElementCommittee@yahoogroups.com
      >To: <HousingElementCommittee@yahoogroups.com>
      >Subject: [HousingElementCommittee] news article
      >Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2001 15:32:56 -0700
      >
      >Thought you might enjoy the following article. You need to follow the link
      >for the full article.
      >Weintraub column
      >Ideological foes find common ground on sprawl
      >http://www.sacbee.com/voices/news/voices05_20011023.html
      >
      >Sam Staley is a libertarian researcher who wants government to stop trying
      >to separate Americans from their cars. Joel Hirschhorn is an adviser to the
      >National Governors Association who thinks most Americans hate driving to
      >work and do it only because they have so few other choices. Staley and
      >Hirschhorn confronted each other Saturday in Sacramento at a conference of
      >statehouse reporters from around the country. But after a predictable
      >exchange of unpleasantries about the automobile, a funny thing happened.
      >Staley and Hirschhorn started to agree on the causes of urban sprawl and
      >what should and should not be done to prevent it.
      >


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