The Riddle of the City
Cities are growing at an explosive rate; more and more people come to cities to liv, to work, to raise their families where there are the greatest number of opportunities for jobs, education, and recreation. But these thousands of new inhabitants do not only increasethe population of the city; they also magnify the problems that any group of people face when they live together in large numbers. Where to live? How to move about? How to govern themselves and guide the development of the community in which they live? The first program of METROPLEX sets the stage for the others, explaining why people are attracted to the city, and what difficulties they and the community face when they move there. Photographs, film clips, diagrams, and sketches are used to good effect to make the picture clear.
WQED, Pittsburgh; Gilbert Altschul; George Deming; William N. Cassella; John Grove; Paul Barnes; John W. Ziegler
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
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- Physical Description
1 film reel sound,black and white/monochrome; 16 mm
- Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 7835428; Other: GR00428906; MDPI Barcode: 40000003383827
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