The Problems of Southern California

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History

 

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Jeanie K

 

Date added:

September 4, 2012

 

Level:

University

 

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A

 

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6 / 1600

 

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Suburbanization led to a complete eradication to the natural landscape of many areas in California. The book's vivid accounts of how the lush, green landscape was bulldozed just to build tracts of homes were a painful reminder of the beauty that was lost due to suburbanization. "In 1958 sociologist William Whyte ? author of The Organization Man ? had a disturbing vision as he was leaving Southern California...
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"In 1958 sociologist William Whyte ? author of The Organization Man ? had a disturbing vision as he was leaving Southern California. ?Flying from Los Angeles to San Bernardino ? an unnerving lesson in man's infinite capacity to mess up his environment ? the traveler can see a legion of bulldozers gnawing into the last remaining tract of green between the two cities'...
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