By Robert Goodman
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Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1967. tCh. VI, p. 206. §Ch. I, pp. 70-71. 38 INTRODUCTION TO THE BRITISH EDITION If technological progress is going to create new markets, new demand-patterns and new techniques of production and distribution, it is also going to lead to new divisions of labour, and new patterns of social dependency. Yet this produces an inconsistency for the system. Continuous growth implies bigger markets for consumption, or increased rates of consump tion for the goods and services produced.
This attitude of condescending “communication,” of “keeping the channels open,” has become the mainstay of the institutions which now rule our society. The growth of what is popularly called "the Movement” is to a large ex tent a reaction against the bureaucratic and centralized control of these institutions—a control which, as I will at tempt to show, is maintained by so-called “progressive” city-planning techniques. These techniques have in fact been more conducive to maintaining profit-making environments and autocratic governments (in some socialist as well as capitalist countries) than to creating the more immediate and personally satisfying life conditions which many people are seeking.
D. P a l m e r London September 1971 50 INTRODUCTION F iv e y e a r s ag o I dropped out of city-planning school. D. disserta tion about how cities should be designed. I wasn’t part of the turn-on, tune-in, drop-out culture, and I had no “radical” political analysis of my work; I just felt I had found some thing better to do. Working with a number of other archi tects, city planners, engineers and other urban specialists, I offered my services to neighborhood people who were usually poor and sometimes black.