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RSA Journal Issue 3 2013

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In this issue:

Does the answer to economic and social recovery post-crash lie with cities and town halls, more than national or global corridors of power? Thomas Hale and David Held advise caution, Jennifer Bradley and Bruce Katz look at whether European cities can follow the US in driving national economies and Nicola Bacon and Henry Kippin explore the role of city planners and leaders in shaping public services and community resilience. Other pieces include: Yvonne Roberts on young people and character and Simon Williams on the politics of sleep.

 

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