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Robert Moses Symposium Panel: Robert Moses and the Housing Crisis

11:18 PM EST on February 14, 2007

A panel discussion moderated by Hilary Ballon and featuring the authors of four papers:

    • Mathew Lasner, Co-op Village, Co-op Nation
    • Roberta Moudry, Met Life's Metropolis: Housing Initiatives in New York City
    • Samuel Zipp, The Battle of Lincoln Square: Neighborhood Culture and Resistance to Urban Renewal
    • Nicholas Dagen Bloom, Reassessing Robert Moses’ Influence on New York City’s Public Housing

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