Early city planners dreamt up elaborate ideas for America’s cities. But in their dreaming, they had forgotten the people their plans were drawn for.
Professor Sandy Ikeda explains how city plans of the past have wreaked havoc on American streets, and how journalist Jane Jacobs stood up to city planners to give us a modest, people-centric approach to city design.
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This video is by the Institute for Humane Studies, a leading institute in higher education dedicated to championing classical liberal ideas and the scholars who advance them.