Post-war developmentsin the countryside

report of the proceedings of the Twenty-Third National Conference for the preservation of the countryside, convened by the Council for the Preservation of Rural England at Lowestoft, 4th-6th October, 1962. by Council for the Preservation of Rural England. National Conference

Publisher: Council for the Preservation of Rural England in London

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The book, ostensibly a novel, is in effect a lyrical love-letter from the author to his vanished Edwardian childhood, set in the dreamy English countryside. The Butley flower show match is a classic evocation of cricket on the village green. Cricket played a role in the Lord Peter Wimsey novels of Dorothy Sayers. Which feature characterized the first Levittown developments in the late s? Mass-production construction methods Which book written by John Kenneth Galbraith in became one of the most important studies of the U.S. economy in the postwar period?   Recommended Books. Atomic Ranch by Michelle Gringeri-Brown: Gibbs Smith, A beautifully photographed book covering the post-war ranch, to , with an emphasis on Modern design. Includes Eichler homes and those in Palm Springs, Florida, but also brick L-shaped ranches and split-levels around the country.   The enduring 'Town versus Country' debate lies at the root of modern British society. How far did the idealization of the countryside by artists and writers since the Industrial Revolution foster anti-urban, anti-industrial values? How have such values affected government policy, social structure and economic dynamism? Did post-war developments, in particular rural-urban commuting and.

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