Suburbia. Must we “pave paradise and put up a parking lot” for our drive-thru society?. By: Heather McDevitt Edited for web application by Marty Lamers . What kinds of social forces caused industry to spread far beyond the central city and alter the face of the emerging suburbs?.
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By: Heather McDevitt
Edited for web application by Marty Lamers
What kinds of social forces caused industry to spread far beyond the central city and alter the face of the emerging suburbs?
This may have been the case at first, but any decrease in traffic’s congestion was short-lived.
As a result, “downtown sections became hopelessly congested” (Jackson 174).
As industrially based inner cities continued to grow, American authors began to paint a more romantic picture of the lifestyle and the appealing natural settings to be found in outlying suburbs—initiating and later accelerating what would come to be known as
The Shopping Strip traditionalInto
of suburban & exurban areas
DALLAS, GA traditional
The old town square
becoming the new town drive traditional
Hiram, GA traditional
Signs of the old
But as Hiram grows… traditional
the evidence of change traditional
and an evolving community are everywhere.
Powder Springs, GA traditional
as it was
and now traditional
as it will be
there is increasing evidence that communities must change to accommodate the new “drive-thru” world.
"Don't it always seem to go... extended moment of examination…..
that you don't know what you got... extended moment of examination…..
'til it's gone. extended moment of examination…..
You pave paradise... extended moment of examination…..
and put up a parking lot." extended moment of examination…..