Ecoso exchange no. 16 : incorporating Irregular no. 66

(1977) Ecoso exchange no. 16 : incorporating Irregular no. 66. Ecoso exchange incorporating Irregular (16). pp. 1-12.


In this issue: 1. The planning hey day is nearly over: Hunt and the land development "industry" 2. A policy to radically reverse current traffic trends ... Vancouver Plan for Action 3. When it is "freedom for kids", does "kids" mean "boys"? 4. Environmentalists for Full Employment 5. Threads in a tapestry ... mass movements past and present 6. Reading Matter ... referring to articles on Mobility and Community, Mt. Ridley, Else Mitchell Report.

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Spring 1977.
NB. Although indicated in the contents of this issue, the supplementary reading: “Seeds for Change” - Learning Exchange Supplement, is not included.

Item type Article
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1205 Urban and Regional Planning
Historical > FOR Classification > 1608 Sociology
Current > Collections > Crow Papers
Keywords Minister Hunt, land developing industry, Victorian Government, urban growth, Hamer government, Melbourne, anti-freeway protest, traffic issues, children's playgrounds, gender issues, Australian Conservation Foundation, Movement Against Uranium Mining, Amalgamated Metalworkers and Shipwrights Union, peace movement, child care, living standards, women's movement, anti-uranium mining
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