Government Intervention and Suburban Sprawl: The Case for by Michael Lewyn

By Michael Lewyn

This booklet exhibits how suburban sprawl is at the very least in part a end result of presidency spending and rules, and indicates anti-sprawl regulations which can make executive smaller and/or much less intrusive.
Thus, the e-book responds to the generally held view that automobile-dependent suburban improvement (also referred to as “suburban sprawl”) is a normal results of the unfastened industry and of affluence, and as a result can't be altered with out significant executive law.

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70 See Michael Lewyn, The Law of Sprawl: A Road Map, 25 QUINNIPIAC L. REV. 147, 167 n. 26 (2006) (“Law of Sprawl”). aspx (2014 data; percentage has risen from 79 percent in 2006). 3 infra. 73 See Erika K. Wilson, Gentrification and Urban Public Schools: The Interest Divergence Dilemma, 118 W. VA. L. REV. 677, 699 (2015) (“poor students tend to have more social and academic needs due to the effects of concentrated poverty”); infra notes 172–75 and accompanying text (discussing disadvantages of lower-class students in more detail).

94 A few years later, the Court explicitly held as much, ruling that structuring attendance zones in order to preserve majority-white schools was unconstitutional. See Keyes v. School District No. S. 189 (1973). S. 1 (1971). 96 Id. at 21. 97 Id. at 27–29. 98 See STEARNS, supra, at 26. A. L. REV. 364, 379 (2015) (southern school districts required racial segregation, while in northern school districts “widespread discriminatory practices . . including racially gerrymandered attendance boundaries, optional attendance zones that allowed whites to avoid racially diverse schools, and school construction and expansion decisions made in locations that prevented student integration from occurring”) 93 44 GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION AND SUBURBAN SPRAWL The courts’ new emphasis on racial balance meant that even in the most affluent neighborhoods, urban whites could not send their children to racially and socially homogenous schools.

Html (“2016 ABSTRACT”) (average household spends just over $9073 per year on transportation; because $581 per year spent on public transit, average household’s car-related expenses total $8492). 96 See Katherine B. Silbaugh, Women’s Place: Urban Planning, Housing Design, and Work-Family Balance, 76 FORDHAM L. REV. 1797, 1822 (2007). NORTH OF THE BORDER 94 CHAPTER 2 Sprawl As Where We Grow: Or, How Government Spreads Suburbia Abstract Defenders of suburbanization argues that it is a result of consumer choice, and that what the market has put together, government should not tear asunder.

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