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Greater Milwaukee's Growing Pains, 1950–2000
An Insider's View
Richard W. Cutler

Cutler examines the historic trends and battles that shaped Milwaukee over the past fifty years, including the boundary wars of the 1950s between city and suburban towns and municipalities, freeway construction, and arguments and lawsuits over flooding and the polluting of Lake Michigan.

Richard Cutler is a retired partner with the Quarles & Brady law firm and a member of the Fox Point Planning Commission and the Southeastern Wisconsin Planning Commission.

Distributed for the Milwaukee County Historical Society

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The cover of Cutler's book is white, with a pale blue street grid overlaid.

January 2005
320 pp.  6 x 9
12 color maps,
7 b/w photos, 7 charts

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Paper $19.95 t
ISBN 978-0-938076-16-2
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