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Introduction

Abstract

The publication of this volume of the Berkeley Planning journal marks a turning point in the journal's history. The students who pro­ duced the first issue four years ago are completing their studies and moving on to various academic or professional careers. Their succes­ sors have not yet appeared.

The questions posed in our first issue by Hilda Blanco, the journal's founder and first editor, must be asked again: What purpose will this journal serve, and who will assume responsibility for its sustenance?

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