Are the suburbs really paradise? (NYC/PHILA/NJ/DE/CT)

*spread the word!*

How did the suburbs spread out and cover all of New Jersey? What happened to all of the state’s farms and gardens that made Italian foods possible across the country?

How did Howell, Moorestown, Deptford, and Deal become posh towns for the world’s richest people? Why are cities like Trenton, Newark, Paterson, and Camden struggling with debt and crime?

There are several provocative answers for you.

On Saturday, October 13, 2007, Dr. Walter Greason (Ursinus College) will present a workshop and keynote address titled “Reimagining the Garden of Eden: How Monmouth County Became a Suburban Paradise” at the Monmouth County Library Headquarters in Manalapan, New Jersey as part of the county’s Archives and History Day from 9am-4pm.

http://co.monmouth.nj.us/page.asp?agency=9&Section=1717&Id=1922

Author: waltergreason1

Public Figure.

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