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by Regional Planning Federation of the Philadelphia Tri-State District

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"Regional planning is, it seems to me, a stirring challenge to all of us. It is an acid test of how far we are the captains of our fate. Planning under a democracy is a determination by the majority of the way in which they desire their community to develop. Regional planning is a hand on the rudder of evolution; it is our hope for defiance of chaos and blind chance; it is our determination to hold fast to the good that we have and develop it equitably, for the good of the future. Our liberty to do this is the greatest and noblest liberty we possess."

Walter Pritchard Eaton
in "Landscape Architecture"
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There are not less than 200,000 acres of comparatively wasted land in the Philadelphia Tri-State District—this exclusive of the pine lands of New Jersey.
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