A monthly series on current questions in architecture and town planning
The Landscape of the Big Street
New thoughts on urban regions in the United States by Christopher Tunnard
In certain areas of the U.S.A. all distinctions between town, suburb, and country are becoming blurred. For the past year a team of economists, sociologists, and town planners from Yale University, headed by Christopher Tunnard , has been carrying out an investigation into the problems of the largest of these—the 600-mile stretch of the Atlantic seaboard from Maine to Virginia. Its aim is to obtain the data for new forms of city and regional planning.
by Wyndham Lewis
Incidental music composed by Walter Goehr
Produced by D. G. Bridson
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, in D
Marcel Moyse (flute) Adolf Busch (violin)
Rudolf Serkin (piano)
The Busch Chamber Players
Director, Adolf Busch on gramophone records
See also 10.45
Brandenburg Concerto No. 6: July 23
by S. Cooppan , Ph.D .
Research Lecturer in Economics,
University of Natal
Dr. Cooppan believes that the prevailing European attitude to non-Whites in the Union is due to their sense of being a threatened minority, in spite of their power. What, he asks, of the Indians, who form a much smaller minority and have no power at all? In this light he analyses Indian reactions to present circumstances and policies, believing that their experience has something of value to offer towards an eventual solution.
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