Getting things done
Do you like to live in a city? Or would you prefer to move to the suburbs and escape slums, juvenile delinquency traffic jams? Many people are moving to suburbs, and urban areas are growing until, on the east coast, there is in effect one continuous urban areas stretching from Washington, DC to Boston, Massachusetts. What can be done to reclaim the slums? How can industry be attracted back to an area it has deserted? The story of the development of the East Liberty area of Pittsburgh is told in detail, showing how effective private citizens can be if they wish. Once again other information on the solution offered by different groups and communities is made available –though much of the material in this program echoes comments and data from the previous program. But this, again, is an effective plea for the citizens’ concern for his community.
WQED, Pittsburgh; Gilbert Altschul; Paul Barnes; John W. Ziegler; George Deming; William N. Cassella; John Grove
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Slums ; Housing ; City planning.
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1 Film (0:29:48); 16mm
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IULMIA Film Database: 40000003260512; Other: GR00406987; MDPI Barcode: 40000003260512
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