Created new understandings of urban leisure, Public Economics

How has public policy helped to shape the way that urban Americans have spent their leisure time throughout the period that we have examined in class? Have such policies hindered access to spaces of play/recreation/consumption? Have such policies ever been effectively challenged? Or have responses to these policies (or lack thereof) created new understandings of urban leisure? Please draw from at least three (3) course readings as you attempt to answer such questions.

 

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