1. How Preservation Law Lays the Groundwork for a “Movement of Yes”
  2. William J. Cook
  3. pp. 4-18
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  1. The Tao of Urban Rejuvenation: Lessons from Lowertown
  2. Weiming Lu
  3. pp. 19-28
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  1. The Four Point Refresh: Improving on Main Street’s Successful Model
  2. Hannah White
  3. pp. 29-34
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  1. Strengthening the Connection: Community Development and Historic Preservation
  2. Justin Gunther
  3. pp. 35-45
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  1. Getting Away From “No”: Straight Talk to Local Advocates
  2. Joyce Barrett
  3. pp. 46-49
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  1. Looking (and Getting) Past Crisis Moments in Preservation
  2. Margaret O’Neal
  3. pp. 50-57
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  1. How State Historic Preservation Offices Say “Yes”
  2. Erik Hein
  3. pp. 58-63
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  1. From Regulation to Community Action: The Expanding Role of Preservation Commissions
  2. Esther Hall
  3. pp. 64-69
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  1. Introduction
  2. p. 3
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