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My Suggestions


Well, I'm sure that the book that made me switch majors to Planning and Economic Development at Georgia State is one that everybody's read, but I'll go ahead and put it out there anyway:
The Power Broker by Robert A. Caro
Also liked Race & the Shaping of Twentieth-Century Atlanta by Ronald H. Baylor and Kunstler's stuff.
Haven't had much time to read other books because I'm trying to graduate in four years while working full-time - who thought it would be this hard?