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Author Topic: The Libertarian Case for Good Urban Design  (Read 1036 times)
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« on: March 13, 2006, 11:34:53 am »

This article makes a very good point about the shared interests of "New Urbanists" and "Property Rights" Libertarians.

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In sum, there is good reason why property rights advocates should oppose the anti-pedestrian zoning, minimum parking requirements, and wider streets and highways that smart growth advocates already deplore. In these situations, increased government regulation on land use, which libertarians rally against, also leads to less environmentally and pedestrian friendly community design.


Libertarian Underpinnings of "Smart Gowth"
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