Building Atlanta's Future by John Eli Ivey, Nicholas J. Demerath, Woodrow W. Breland
  

Building Atlanta's Future

Written by John Eli Ivey, Nicholas J. Demerath, Woodrow W. Breland
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Building Atlanta's Future by John Eli Ivey, Nicholas J. Demerath, Woodrow W. Breland

Beginning with a discussion of the problems of cities in general and of Atlanta in particular, this book, written on a junior high school level, is intended to inform the citizen of the potentialities of Atlanta. It discusses the place of the city in the South and in the nation and the people who make up her diverse population in public institutions, government, recreation, and trade. It outlines a blueprint for the future of the city.

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Paperback
317 pages

Author

John Eli Ivey, Nicholas J. Demerath, Woodrow W. Breland
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Publisher

The University of North Carolina Press

Publication date

30th November 2011

ISBN

9780807878835


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