By Ronald Volstad, Tom Cockle
Hitlerjugend is written by means of Tom Cockle & Ronald Volstad and released via harmony guides corporation. The publication is an illustrated historical past of the teenaged veterans of the twelfth SS Panzer department. It comes with remark, black and white images and colour plates.
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The claim that a certain function should be administered on a metropolitan basis may rest on one or the other of two grounds: that it is more economical to perform it on an areawide basis , or that there are important needs which cannot adequately be met except by area-wide organization, The issue of economy has already been discussed (pages 30 to 34)' The issue of adequacy must be distinguished from it, Economical" action is action that minimizes waste; " adequate " action results in the attainment of purpose, Some functions can be performed on a less-than-metropolitan basis in an " economical" fashion (without waste), and others can be performed on this basis even though they are " uneconomical " i, e" involve waste, But the claim now under examination goes beyond the issue of economy, It holds that some governmental needs cannot be adequately fulfilled at all , whatever the cost or waste , on anything less than an entire metropolitan basis, What are the needs that demand metropolitan organization to be " adequately " fulfilled?
This planning puts less emphasis upon concerted action and more upon planning as a communication device, It holds that even independent action of many municipalities will be less costly and haphazard if , at least , there is a central clearing house of technical data on land- use patterns , water argument for and sewage , transportation , and related services, The Practice of Metropolitan Planning Twenty- two states authorize metropolitan-wide planning. In practice , planning is variously understood, Any instance of it may involve one or more of three quite different approaches: 1 Charles M, Haar Regionalism and Realism in Land-use Planning, University of Pennsylvania Law Review vol.
New York , 1955, p, 65, (St, Louis Metropolitan Survey, 1957) lists six Background for Action weaknesses that stem from the complex governmental pattern of the St, Louis City- St, Louis County area. " These are (I) disparity in number and extent of governmental services; (2) variation in ability of communities to finance essential services; (3) inadequacy of some services essential to the development of the area due to absence of single governmental jurisdiction (e,g" transit facilities and traffic control); (4) creation of sanitary problems in some communities by irresponsible action of others; (5) competition for tax resources that impedes land use planning; and (6) inequitable distribution of service costs, THE LOGIC OF METROPOLITAN REORGANIZATION --,.