Uses a case study of the industrial city of Detroit in order to present a view of the function of the industrial community in modern American society. Emphasises the fact that the future of a city depends on the education, training and ability of the people. Also discusses the automobile industry where 10,000 cars are produced per day at this time. Touches on the problems of traffic congestion, pollution, poverty and clime.
Hermann D. Tauchert
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